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Seniors at Our Lady of Lourdes High School in Poughkeepsie came together to help others in need by bringing Advent service projects to life in Catherine Merryman’s theology classes. Each of … more
Cardinal Dolan assured young adults of God’s eternal plan for our salvation as he celebrated the Young Adult Mass on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception at St. Patrick’s … more
Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers are planning an online art exhibit featuring works created by students in the National Junior Art Honor Society of St. Augustine’s School in Ossining. The … more
High school student-athletes competing in the winter sports of basketball, wrestling, ice hockey and competitive cheer, which are considered high risk, may have to wait until the end of the year to … more
Sean Salgueiro scored his third goal of the match in overtime to lift St. Francis Preparatory School of Fresh Meadows, Queens, to a 4-3 victory over Fordham Preparatory School of the Bronx in the … more
A Nov. 23 ruling by the New York State Supreme Court on Staten Island granted the relief sought by Catholic schools that the New York City Department of Education provide the same Covid-19 testing for its students as it does for public school students, as required by New York state law. more
John F. Kennedy Catholic Preparatory School of Somers captured a third consecutive CHSAA Intersectional Class A boys soccer championship by beating Msgr. McClancy High School of East Elmhurst, Queens, on penalty kicks at Icahn Stadium on Randalls Island Nov. 14. more
Senior Orin Williams scored two goals off free kicks as Sacred Heart High School of Yonkers defeated Cristo Rey High School of Manhattan, 2-0, for the CHSAA Intersectional Division B boys soccer championship at Icahn Stadium on Randalls Island Nov. 14. more
Michael Deegan, superintendent of schools for the archdiocese, said that the Catholic schools of the archdiocese are taking to court the disparity in coronavirus testing protocols with public … more
Jim Rowen added “octane” to the Great Ignatian Challenge elevating school spirit at nine Jesuit schools in four states as students collect food for the hungry in their communities during … more
Cardinal Dolan visited the Farrell High School in Staten Island Oct. 28 to dedicate new campus facilities, including the Brother Henry S. Wright Learning Center. Brother Wright, who died Oct. 29, … more
Keith Guerrant and the Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund college scholars are helping others this Thanksgiving season, with a portion of the money raised at the Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund … more
Ethan Robinson looked back and thought ahead as he took the field for his first competitive game in more than a year as he and his Iona Preparatory School teammates defeated Fordham Prep, 46-23, in a … more
Multi-platinum recording artist Vanessa Williams will be the special guest performer at the Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Fund Virtual Gala Monday, Nov. 2, at 5:45 p.m. Carla Harris, vice chairman, … more
Anthony Decina will receive the Boy Scouts of America’s Eagle Scout merit badge later this year for creating 130 pew dividers at St. Anthony of Padua Church in West Harrison. “It was a … more
Christian Anderson took his leadership skills home to the Bronx during the Covid-19 pandemic. The 2017 Cardinal Hayes High School graduate helped at home after his parents were quarantined to … more
Academy of Mount St. Ursula in the Bronx, celebrated the its 165th anniversary Oct. 1.  The school for young women was founded by the Ursuline Sisters in 1855 and moved to its current location … more
To ensure the safety of students and faculty, Bridgette R. Mastaglio, MPH, has been appointed by the superintendent of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York as Covid-19 response coordinator, effective Sept. 28. more
As Catholic elementary school students buckled down at their desks their first full week of classes Sept. 14-18, the superintendent of schools for the archdiocese buckled up in his car for a field … more
The high school football, volleyball and cheerleading seasons will be pushed back to March and April, said the New York State Catholic High School Athletic Association after its meeting Sept. … more
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