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Cameron Young, a 2015 graduate of Fordham Preparatory School in the Bronx, was named the 2021-2022 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year. “It’s a very special one historically, given Arnold … more
Dominican Sisters of Hope 75 Years  Sister Geraldine Schultz, O.P., taught at St. Ursula School, Mount Vernon, 1962-1967. She also served in New Jersey, Florida and North Carolina. She … more
Priests enjoyed a convivial evening Oct. 31 during an Oktoberfest celebration at St. John Vianney Clergy Residence in the Riverdale section of the Bronx. more
The celebrant of this year’s Mass of the Divine Child Jesus at St. Patrick’s Cathedral spoke about “increasing faith, serving and loving God,” and he noted that the Divine … more
The U.S. bishops agreed to consider revised texts, in both English and Spanish, for the anointing of the sick. more
Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services was elected Nov. 15 to a three-year term as president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops during the bishops’ fall general assembly in Baltimore. more
The centuries’ old silver fir tree that had been destined to become the centerpiece Christmas decoration in St. Peter’s Square will now live, perhaps to see another century. more
Communication must bring people closer, give voice to the voiceless, put the spotlight on what gets ignored and show that it is possible to have a diversity of views rooted in the truth, Pope Francis said. more
In a Mass Nov. 14 to mark the opening of the 2022 fall general assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles called on his brother bishops to take time for self-examination and to renew their vocation and ministry. more
The National Prayer Vigil for Life held each January will continue even with the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade because there is “still a great need for prayer and advocacy” to end abortion and protect the unborn and their mothers, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops said Nov. 11. more
The U.S. bishops have been holding their November plenary session in Baltimore for many years, but this year there will be some furniture moves and some schedule changes. more
Declining access to food, greater discrimination against women and widening restrictions on religious freedom have contributed to a higher rate of poverty worldwide, said a new report issued by a Fordham University program. more
Más de 350 personas se reunieron en la Cena de Entrega de Premios del Fondo de Becas Pierre Toussaint para honrar a tres ganadores del Medallón Pierre Toussaint por su "extraordinario liderazgo" en … more
Wars, famine and calamities of every kind can tempt Christians to a paralyzing fear that the world is about to end; what they must do instead is act, even in a small way, to make the world a better place, Pope Francis said. more
The Vatican has decided to open an investigation into French Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard, the retired archbishop of Bordeaux, who admitted in a public letter that he had abused a 14-year-old girl 35 years ago. more
Catholic Church leaders are taking a new approach to passing on the faith, saying they recognize a pressing need to do this in a way that adapts to the modern world. more
Traveling as a “sower of peace” to the Kingdom of Bahrain, Pope Francis further strengthened ties with the Muslim world and witnessed the joy and vitality of its minority and predominately expatriate Christian population. more
French Cardinal Jean-Pierre Ricard, former head of the French bishops’ conference, admitted to abusing a 14-year-old girl 35 years ago. more
Msgr. John J. Brinn, who served as pastor of St. Mary’s parish in Poughkeepsie for 17 years, died Oct. 31. He was 85. Msgr. Brinn was pastor of St. Mary’s from 1994 until his retirement in … more
Msgr. John P. Meier, a priest of the archdiocese who was professor emeritus of theology at the University of Notre Dame and author of a five-volume series of books on “The Historical … more
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