Your connection to the Catholic community of New York

Your connection to the Catholic community of New York

The archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia urged all Christians and people of good will to avoid political violence of any kind and instead to pursue peace through dialogue and justice.

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Our Sunday Visitor

The framework is the fruit of an extensive listening and dialogue process with youth, young adults, and ministry leaders.

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The Good Newsroom

The Glenmary group recently completed a mid-May pilgrimage through Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, stopping and praying at significant sites in the slavery era and the U.S. Civil Rights Movement.

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Our Sunday Visitor

Motives are very important for each and every one of us.

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The Good Newsroom

Cardinal Dolan

“Thank God, the Church is now recognized as one of the acclaimed agencies greeting the incoming people, now mostly from Latin America. Our own Catholic Charities has received national acclaim for its heroic work welcoming them.”

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Cardinal Dolan recalls a recent visit to the Church of St. St. Eugene in Yonkers to celebrate the parish’s 75th Anniversary, and the importance of our parishes as the front lines of the Church.

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Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

Catholic Charities partners with business, finance, government, and others for the benefit of New Yorkers in need, Cardinal Dolan said.

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Steven Schwankert

About 200 supporters, staff, and former clients attended the evening event.

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Steven Schwankert

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Cardinal Dolan shares belated Father’s Day greetings, and considers the compliments God has given to fathers in our faith.
On today's Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Cardinal Dolan and Father Dave Dwyer talk about the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Sacred Heart of Jesus, upcoming feasts, recent travel, and American Catholic history.

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Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

"We will continue to pray, to advocate for the health and safety of women and the pre-born, and to lovingly serve mothers in need so that they may feel prepared to welcome their children."

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The Good Newsroom

In the readings today, Jesus calls on us to be perfect. Cardinal Dolan reminds us of the Lord’s additional promise of grace and mercy.

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Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

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June is the month dedicated to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Today, Cardinal Dolan shares with us another simple devotion to the Sacred Heart.

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Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

"The faithful and tireless witness of deacons is greatly appreciated, and it challenges each of us to strive to serve our neighbor better."

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The Good Newsroom

“That’s what the diaconate is: common sense, practical, being with God’s people to get them ready each day anew to accept the presence of Jesus,” said Bishop Edmund Whalen.

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Steven Schwankert

It’s easy for us to harshly judge those who we think deserve severe punishment. Jesus proposes something we might think is impossible: grace and mercy.

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The Good Newsroom

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Cardinal Dolan shares belated Father’s Day greetings, and considers the compliments God has given to fathers in our faith.

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Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) gathered last week for their Spring Plenary Assembly in Louisville, Kentucky.

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The Good Newsroom

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