Financial Services Report

Fiscal Year Ended August 31, 2019

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In this issue

  • Priestly Care for Dying

    Thursday, July 30

    Our family wants to thank you so much for your May 21 article about the priest volunteers for hospital and nursing home visits during Covid-19. Thanks to your article by Dan Pietrafesa, we knew …

  • Assisting Religious

    Thursday, July 30

    Thank you for sharing the news of the SOAR! Covid Rapid Response grant program with Catholic New York readers  (CNY, July 16). I want religious women and men to know that they can turn to SOAR! …

  • Papa Hace Visita Sorpresa a Niños de Empleados del Vaticano

    Thursday, July 30

    Cuando Zoe, de 10 años de edad, llegó tarde a un campamento de verano del Vaticano, no esperaba encontrar al papa Francisco allí.

    “Me quedé fría porque fue una sorpresa y yo nunca lo había visto. Me gustó mucho. Estaba muy contenta y le dije ‘hola’”, le contó a Vatican News.

    Zoe era una de algunos 100 niños, hijos de empleados del Vaticano, que …

  • Unemployed and Their Families Can’t Be Cast Aside

    Wednesday, July 29

    The bitterly contested extension of federal emergency unemployment benefits was playing out among Democrats and Republicans in Congress as we were closing this issue. We hope it’s been resolved …

  • What Catholic Elementary Schools Will Look Like in September

    Wednesday, July 29

    For Catholic elementary schools in the archdiocese, all systems point go for September, with a call to proceed with caution through the adherence to coronavirus protocols. Immaculate Conception …

  • Safely Ushering in Faithful at Holy Cross in the Bronx

    Wednesday, July 29

    As churches across the archdiocese reopened to the public for Masses last month, it’s no secret that parishioners did not flock back in their pre-coronavirus numbers in the initial Sundays. Even if …

  • Corte Ordena a Administración Trump Aceptar Nuevas Solicitudes de DACA

    Wednesday, July 29

    El 17 de julio, un juez federal ordenó a la administración de Donald Trump comenzar a aceptar nuevas solicitudes para el programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (o DACA, por …

  • Of Schools, Homes and the Faith

    Wednesday, July 29

    I read with sorrow the news that 20 Catholic schools in the New York Archdiocese will close. I understand the reasons. The financial havoc wrought by the pandemic has affected so many people, …

  • New Sisters Offer Needed Message of Hope

    Wednesday, July 29

    In the middle of the somberness of continuing COVID challenges, and the distressing tension on our beloved city’s streets, “Let there be light!” I’ve got two occasions of …

  • Tolerancia y Verdad

    Wednesday, July 29

    La tolerancia se funda en la verdad y en el respecto al otro, en su reconocimiento como persona humana. Esa tolerancia facilita la convivencia social. Todos los ciudadanos aspiramos a una sociedad …

  • Attacks on Church Statues Seen as ‘Signs of Society in Need of Healing’

    Wednesday, July 29

    A wave of recent attacks on Catholic statues around the country and fires at two churches prompted the chairmen of two U.S. bishops’ committees to decry “the destruction of these holy symbols of …

  • Marking 125 Years

    Wednesday, July 29

    Cardinal Dolan offered Mass July 19 to mark the 125th anniversary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Tuxedo. The church, founded in 1895, merged with St. Joan of Arc in Sloatsburg in 2015 as part …

  • Financial Services Report

    Wednesday, July 29

  • Return to Diamond Is Welcome for Local Baseball Players

    Wednesday, July 29

    Baseball’s return is bringing some normalcy to players like Billy Minett. The Yankees and Mets have finally started their 2020 Major League Baseball seasons, and many Catholic high school …

  • Ordination Mass

    Wednesday, July 29

    Two Salesian Fathers were ordained to the priesthood June 27 at St. John Bosco Church in Port Chester. 

  • Cardinal Hayes High School Names New President

    Wednesday, July 29

    Dr. Michael Carey was named the third president of Cardinal Hayes High School, effective July 3, the Bronx school announced. Carey succeeds Father Joseph Tierney, who served as president since …

  • Annex Building Sold at La Salle Academy

    Wednesday, July 29

    La Salle Academy took a firm step into the future when La Salle New York City Inc. completed the sale of its administration building at 38 Second Ave. in Manhattan to Second and Second Property LLC …

  • New Principal Named for Iona Prep’s Lower School

    Wednesday, July 29

    Deidre Mone was named principal of Iona Preparatory School’s Lower School in New Rochelle, effective July 1, the school announced. Mrs. Mone has served as director of admissions at the Lower …

  • Plan to Guide Reopening of Elementary Schools

    Wednesday, July 29

    A plan for the reopening of elementary schools across the archdiocese outlines from A to Z guidelines to assure students and their parents, as well as administrators, teachers and staff, that …

  • Priest Appointments

    Wednesday, July 29

    PASTORS Father Thomas Lynch – from pastor of Immaculate Heart of Mary, Scarsdale, to pastor of Holy Name-St. Gregory the Great, Manhattan. Effective Sept. 1. Father Arthur Mastrolia …

  • Priest From Dominican Republic Serving Hispanics in Ulster, Dutchess Parishes

    Wednesday, July 29

    At St. Mary-St. Peter parish in Kingston, Father Nelson Pichardo serves as a spiritual and sacramental guide to a growing number of Hispanic families in parishes in Ulster and Dutchess counties. He …

  • Life Chain

    Wednesday, July 29

    The monthly Life Chain at Kohl’s Plaza in Port Chester was July 19. The Right to Life Committee of St. John Bosco parish in Port Chester sponsors the Life Chain.