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An “Engineering Tomorrow” Conference was held at Cathedral High School in Manhattan Dec. 2. The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) conference was sponsored by the Engineering … more
La Salle Academy won the program’s first State Federation Tournament of Champions boys’ basketball title with an 80-67 Class B victory over Westhill at the Glens Falls Civic Center March … more
The new indoor hydroponics greenhouse classroom at St. Saviour High School in Brooklyn was blessed and dedicated this week. St. Saviour is the first high school in the Diocese of Brooklyn to … more
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More than 4,000 principals, teachers and staff from schools across the archdiocese gathered for the annual Superintendent’s Conference Day Sept. 28 at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. more
St. Peter’s Regional School in Liberty will remain open and transition from a pre-k through fourth grade school to a pre-k through kindergarten early childhood center beginning this fall. more
The New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade Foundation has established Cardinal Dolan Scholarships to be awarded to Catholic school students in the Archdiocese of New York. Three partial … more
The Sisters of Charity of New York sadly acknowledge that an allegation of sexual misconduct was brought against Sister Mary Ann D’Antonio, S.C., by a former student at St. Raymond Academy for Girls in the Bronx. The alleged incident is said to have occurred approximately 30 years ago when Sister Mary Ann was a teacher at the Academy; she is currently principal. Sister Mary Ann denies the allegation. This matter was initially referred to the Bronx District Attorney, which could not pursue the complaint due to statute of limitations restrictions, and then to the Safe Environment Office of the Archdiocese of New York, which is investigating. more
The archdiocesan Office of the Superintendent of Schools announced Feb. 6 that five Catholic elementary schools will close and one will transition to a universal pre-K (UPK) at the end of the current academic year. more
Tommy Morris looks forward to participating in the archdiocese’s Office of Young Adult Outreach events, especially the ones with Cardinal Dolan, because “he really gets us.” Morris and a few … more
Hope Andrews, the newly inducted president of the Pallottine Teenage Federation (PTAF), said, “I joined because I felt this calling inside me that said I was called to serve others and share the … more
Coach Brian Kelly says his team shares the same mission and many of the operating principles of the Notre Dame Club of the Mid-Hudson Valley. more
Dr. Seamus Carey, Ph.D., a champion of liberal arts education, will become Iona College’s ninth president, effective July 1, said James P. Hynes, the chairman of the college’s board of trustees. more
The 71st annual Cardinal’s Christmas Luncheon celebrated the Christmas season and the work being done to assist and create hope for New Yorkers in need. Whitney and Clarke Murphy and Cathy … more
Cardinal Dolan and Father Christopher Argano, director of vocations for the archdiocese, met New York seminarians, Cathedral Prep students and discerners at the fifth annual Summer Seminarian … more
St. Anthony’s parish in Yonkers welcomed Catholic speaker Paul J. Kim for an evening of family catechesis sponsored by the parish’s youth ministry. An audience of 250 gathered to hear Kim’s … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has vetoed legislation (S.6089) that would have averted cuts in state reimbursements to Catholic and other nonpublic schools. The cuts are based on the state changing a nearly … more
Students at Our Lady of Good Counsel School on Staten Island listen attentively as Holly Bonner of Guiding Eyes for the Blind shares how her guide dog, Francis, helps her with everyday aspects of … more
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