Your connection to the Catholic community of New York

Your connection to the Catholic community of New York

Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Anglican, and Protestant representatives joined the pope at Rome's Basilica of St. Paul.

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Our Sunday Visitor

Representantes ortodoxos, ortodoxos orientales, anglicanos y protestantes se unieron al papa en la Basílica de San Pablo.

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Our Sunday Visitor

OneLife LA es una tradición importante para la familia Mercado.

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Our Sunday Visitor

"Jewish Ukraine, Christian Ukraine, Orthodox Ukraine" are not as important as Ukraine as a whole, the pope said.

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Our Sunday Visitor

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.”

In the homily from this morning's Mass, Cardinal Dolan discusses today's Gospel in which Jesus gives us the eight Beatitudes.

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Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

"Ucrania judía, Ucrania cristiana, Ucrania ortodoxa" no son tan importantes como Ucrania en su conjunto, dijo el papa.

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Our Sunday Visitor

The annual schools event begins January 29.

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The Good Newsroom

Top Videos

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Following Pope Benedict's XVI's passing, we look back at his 2008 visit to the Archdiocese and sit down with the people who organized his visit to Ground Zero and the Youth Rally at St. Joseph's Seminary.
In today's reading we see the importance of having strong faith. Faith is the realization of what is hoped for and evidence of what is unseen.

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The Good Newsroom

“Congress can better serve the common good by prioritizing policies that comprehensively assist women, children, and families in need."

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The Good Newsroom

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This Saturday is the Feast of Saint Thomas Aquinas one of the greatest teachers in the history of the Church.

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Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan

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Scott LaRue, President and CEO of ArchCare says they are one of most diverse organizations in the United States both in terms of who they serve and the care members who work there.

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The Good Newsroom

About 24% of Catholics in the United States attended Mass every week or more often, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Our Sunday Visitor

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Suicide has replaced homicide as the second-leading cause of death among teenagers in the U.S. We spoke to Ela Milewska, Executive Director of the Youth Faith Formation Office at the Archdiocese of New York.

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The Good Newsroom

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