Christians Mark Holy Thursday ObservancesCardinal Timothy Dolan spent the morning with Catholic charities at the Cristo Rey New York High School in East Harlem.
Priest In Pearl River Suspended Amid Allegations Of Sex AbuseThe man claimed he was abused by the priest on two occasions, one in New York and one in Virginia.
PHOTOS: Cardinal Dolan Distributes Thanksgiving DinnersCardinal Timothy Dolan helps hands out food for Thanksgiving meals to those in need at the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Community Center in Harlem.
Family, Friends Gather At Yogi Berra's Funeral, 'Celebrate His Amazing Impact On Others'Yogi Berra was remembered by family and friends at a private funeral in the New Jersey town where he and his wife raised their family.
Road Closures Begin Ahead Of Pope Francis' VisitPreparations are in full swing for Pope Francis' visit to New York City this week as he wraps up his visit to Cuba Monday before heading to Washington DC.
Cardinal Dolan, Local Leaders Outraged Over Reported Reselling Of Free Pope TicketsSchumer said eBay recently banned the sale of pope tickets on its site, and asked other online marketplaces to follow suit.
58th National Puerto Rican Parade Marches Up Fifth AvenueHundreds of thousands of people lined Fifth Avenue on Sunday to express their Puerto Rican pride.
Cardinal Dolan: Fundraising For St. Patrick's Cathedral Renovations Surpasses $100 MillionDolan said Monday at an Association for a Better New York breakfast that the Archdiocese's efforts would not be as far along if it were not for its non-Catholic benefactors.
Christians From Manhattan To Vatican City Celebrate EasterIn Manhattan, worshipers from across the country packed St. Patrick's Cathedral to celebrate the resurrection of Christ, CBS2's Ilana Gold. Some showed up as early as 6:30 a.m.
NYC's Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade Steps Off On Fifth AvenueThe parade, which dates back to 1762, marched past St. Patrick’s Cathedral at 50th Street and ended at 79th Street.
5,000 Pounds Of Food Donated To 3 Major Organizations In New York CitySunday's effort kicked off a campaign in New York City called Feeding Our Neighbors, which will run through Feb. 1.
Catholic Parishes Wait As New York Archdiocese Set To Announce Closures, MergersCatholic parishes across our area are waiting to hear whether they'll be staying open after the New York Archdiocese said it will be shutting down or consolidating 14 percent of its parishes.