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Sister Marie Jerome Cheevers, F.S.P., who was a principal and teacher in the archdiocese, died April 5 at St. Cabrini Nursing Home in Dobbs Ferry. She was 95. She was principal of St. Patrick’s … more
Sister Mary Gallagher, S.C., who taught at Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx, died April 7 at her home in New Rochelle. She was 72. She taught religion and English at Spellman, 1966-1978. … more
Sister Mary Thomas Maloney, O.S.U., who taught in the Bronx, died March 24 at Andrus-on-Hudson. She was 91. She taught at St. Philip Neri School, 1941-1952; St. Jerome’s, 1953-1964; and St. … more
Father John C. McGuire, pastor emeritus of St. Colman’s parish in East Kingston, died March 23 at De LaSalle Hall in Lincroft, N.J., where he resided for the last two years. He was 86. He served … more
Lawrence F. Hickey, who was involved in Catholic charitable activities, and had a particular interest in programs for disabled children, died March 28 at his Manhattan home. He was 90. He was a … more
Msgr. Thomas M. McGarry, who served for many years as a chaplain at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx, died March 23 at Jeanne Jugan Residence in the Bronx. He was 84. Archbishop Dolan celebrated … more
Sister M. Trinity Brophy, R.S.H.M., who served in education and administrative posts and also ministered to the elderly and ill, died Feb. 25 at Marymount Convent in Tarrytown. She was 81. She … more
Geraldine Ferraro, a former congresswoman who in 1984 became the first woman to seek the vice presidency on a major political party ticket, died of cancer March 26 at Massachusetts General Hospital … more
Sister Jean Baptiste Nicholson, O.S.U., who served in leadership positions at The Ursuline School in New Rochelle for 35 years, died March 23 at White Plains Hospital. She was 75. She was named … more
Sister Mary Lucy Aragonese, A.S.C.J., who taught for more than 70 years, including at elementary schools in the archdiocese, died March 10 at Sacred Heart Manor in Hamden, Conn. She was 97. She … more
Brother John P. Mahon, O.F.M., a New York City native who was guardian of St. Anthony Friary in Butler, N.J., died unexpectedly March 6 in the friary. He was 62. He had recently been ill with the … more
Deacon Luis Guillermo Baerga, who served the Hispanic community at St. John the Evangelist parish in Goshen, died March 15 at his home in Goshen. He was 78. His ministry at St. John’s, his home … more
John J. Concannon, a journalist who was active in Irish-American affairs, died March 3 in a hospital in Austin, Texas. He was 86. Mr. Concannon was the public relations director for the St. … more
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Father T. Patrick Lynch, S.J., who taught English for more than 30 years at St. Peter’s College in Jersey City, N.J., died Feb. 28 at Murray-Weigel Hall, the Jesuit infirmary in the Bronx. He was … more
Sister Freda Burns, R.D.C., who taught at St. Mary’s School in Katonah and Kennedy Catholic High School in Somers, died Feb. 28 at Good Counsel Convent in White Plains. She was 93. She taught … more
Sister Bernita Hessling, O.P., who taught at Our Lady of Refuge School in the Bronx, died Feb. 22 at the Dominican Motherhouse in Sinsinawa, Wis. She was 77. She taught at Our Lady of Refuge from … more
Sister Rita McDonald, S.A., who served in catechetical and pastoral ministry in New York and several other states, died March 14 at Graymoor in Garrison. She was 88. She served in Canajoharie, … more
Sister Eileen Regina Leonard, S.C., who founded Cathedral High School’s renowned marching band and taught at the girls’ school for more than four decades, died March 7 at the New York … more
Father George Graziano, S.J., who taught for many years in Tokyo, died March 9 at Juntendo Geriatric Medical Center there. He was 81. He taught oral English, presentation skills and writing at … more
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