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Although Mary would not be considered an “influencer,” like many social media personalities, she still became the most influential woman in history by trusting “in the love and promises of God, … more
Veronica Keene is ready to make 2019 the best year ever for the Pallottine Teenage Federation after an inspiring weekend closed out 2018. The president of the Pallottine Teenage Federation was … more
Katherine Ovalles will graduate in June from the Don Bosco Scholars First Gen College Access Program with a better understanding of what’s ahead, and with a new friend. Miss Ovalles, an … more
The Catholic School Region of Staten Island kicked off National Catholic Schools Week with a Mass and reception at Holy Rosary Parish Jan. 27. Catholic elementary school students, parents, … more
Cassidy Maglio was planning to enjoy a snow cone on her busy evening at the ninth annual Catholic Education Night at Dutchess Stadium in Fishkill June 17. The rising seventh-grader at Most … more
David Rae remained calm for his bus driver and schoolmates in an alarming situation. Thinking back to what he learned at an assembly at the beginning of the school year, the 14-year-old … more
Catholic Schools Spirituality Day, featuring 3,500 teachers, principals and administrators from schools across the archdiocese, filled the Westchester County Center in White Plains Nov. 6. more
Sitting in a pew at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Aug. 7, William Manning was absorbing all that happens at a Young Adult Mass each month. “I love to belong to a community of believers than to just … more
St. Francis Prayer Garden, one of two new outdoor shrines, was blessed and dedicated at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parish in Shrub Oak Aug. 11. The garden is a project of the parish’s Portiuncula … more
Thirteen-month-old Thomas Pio Brechbiel of St. Mary’s in Port Jervis will be the youngest New York pilgrim on the Knights of Columbus of Washingtonville-sponsored journey to Lourdes, France, June … more
Catholic school teachers told CNY it’s important for students to be prepared for the new school year because the first few weeks will set the tone for the entire year. Students should be … more
Interim Superintendent of Schools Michael J. Deegan and his colleagues are eager and excited to welcome teachers, parents and students for the 2019-2020 school year, and Deegan recently summed up … more
Recording star and American Idol winner Phillip Phillips visited the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center in Yonkers Aug. 10... more
MODERN SCIENCE—Students from Preston High School in the Bronx and other schools in the archdiocese take in presentations at an Engineering Tomorrow conference Oct. 5 at Preston. Along with … more
Michael Marano took his first trip on the Staten Island Ferry to Manhattan to be recognized as one of 265 Catholic school students in the archdiocese receiving the Edward Cardinal Egan Scholarship at … more
John A. Coleman Catholic High School will close Aug. 30, school officials announced Aug. 1. Coleman Catholic, which served students in grades nine through 12, graduated 35 of its 105 students in … more
At Westchester County Center in White Plains, Janelly Oliveras, 15, took a few minutes from faith formation to share her thoughts about New York Catholic Youth Day 2018. “Being here has … more
En el Westchester County Center en White Plains, Janelly Oliveras, de 15 años, se tomó unos minutos del programa de formación de fe para compartir sus pensamientos sobre el Día de la Juventud … more
Joey Canino threw for four touchdowns and ran for one as Archbishop Stepinac High School of White Plains won a second consecutive Catholic high school state championship and third in four years with … more
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