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The flagship building of the NewYork-Presbyterian Iona School of Health Sciences will be named the Kelly Center for Health Services to honor benefactors and graduates, Alfred and Peggy Kelly, the … more
With a wooden ladle in one hand and her plastic recipe card in the other, Mrs. J. made her way from the kitchen stove to the hall corridor. She elbowed open the door leading to their finished … more
Cardinal Dolan, Bishop Robert J. Brennan of Brooklyn and Bishop John O. Barres of Rockville Centre announced today, Thursday, Oct. 27, the launching of new programs at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie to enhance seminary training, beginning next fall, as part of their implementation of a new model of priestly formation in the United States. more
Peggy Noonan said her great-aunt Mary Jane Byrne would have loved being among the 650 well-heeled, charitable people filling the Park Avenue Armory for the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner … more
Krismely Garcia was among many lay persons who recently engaged in activities related to National Hispanic Heritage Month. She is a youth program coordinator at St. Elizabeth parish in the Washington … more
Father Eugene M. Murray, a longtime Maryknoll missioner to Taiwan, died Sept. 18 in Taichung, Taiwan. He was 90. In Taiwan, he served in several parishes, including at the Taichung Cathedral … more
Sister Marie Paula Holdman, S.C., who taught German for decades at the College of Mount St. Vincent in the Bronx, died Sept. 18 in Dobbs Ferry. She was 101. She taught seventh-graders at the … more
Sister Marlene Louise Condon, M.M., who served in Chile for 33 years, died Oct. 9 at Maryknoll Sisters Center in Ossining. She was 89. Sister Marlene served in Chile, 1984-1997 and 1960-1980, … more
A study of U.S. priests released Oct. 19 details clerics' "crisis of trust" toward their bishops as well as fear that if they were falsely accused of abuse, prelates would immediately throw them "under the bus" and not help them clear their name. more
Later this year the Archdiocese of New York will launch an innovative digital news platform, one that is designed to evangelize and engage our audiences on a daily basis. A dedicated team has been … more
Dentro de una repleta Catedral de San Patricio, un cardenal de Perú celebró la misa anual arquidiocesana de Nueva York en honor a Nuestro Señor de los Milagros, una celebración de fe de mucha … more
En honor al Mes Nacional de la Herencia Hispana, el celebrante principal de la Misa de la Hispanidad arquidiocesana anual citó “una fe y una cultura” como algo que sirve como fuente de … more
The Second Vatican Council, convened by Pope John XXIII to address the role of the Church in the modern world, was an epic event when it opened Oct. 11, 1962. It came at the start of an era that … more
The Catholic New York office at the New York Catholic Center is a short walk from the Center for Migration Studies of New York on East 60th Street near the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge. I have not made … more
I read something long ago that always comes back to me at this time of year. It was a comment by an author; I don’t recall which one, but it might have been the English novelist and poet Thomas … more
Writing my new book, “To Sanctify the World: The Vital Legacy of Vatican II” (Basic Books), afforded me the welcome opportunity to dig into the Council’s 16 texts and the many fine commentaries … more
El papa Francisco, en múltiples ocasiones, se ha referido a la realidad y actuación del demonio en nuestro tiempo (Cf., Ángelus del 19 de julio de 2020; Audiencia General del miércoles 1 de mayo … more
Monday before last was Columbus Day, one of rejoicing here in the archdiocese, especially for our Italian community. The Mass in the cathedral, and the parade following, were glorious! The … more
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