New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan will be elevated to Cardinal in Vatican City this Saturday. As Cardinal, that would make him eligible to elected Pope.
Catholic groups are livid over the compromise, calling President Barack Obama’s move a “ploy” that “adds insult to injury.”
Every year, on Christmas Eve, there’s been a core group of people celebrating Midnight Mass at the World Trade Center site.
It’s been nearly 66 years since they’ve seen each other. On Friday, Holocaust survivor Mary Katz Erlich met Egle Ruzgys and her brother Aurimas at Kennedy Airport.
New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan, former New York Mets outfielder Rusty Staub, and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn distributed the uncooked fixings for 400 Thanksgiving dinners at Catholic Charities in Central Harlem on Tuesday.
A monument like no other has been destroyed in Mendham.
Father John Higgins is a priest on a pilgrimage, a holy man hiking to help the children of Peekskill.
The Bridgeport Diocese says three churches in the city will have to close early next year in order to make the most of the shortage of priests and other resources.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo, closely allied with the Senate Republican majority that once blocked gay marriage, said he’s now optimistic it will be legalized in New York.
At St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City, many Catholics expressed pleasure that John Paul II had been fast-tracked toward sainthood by the Vatican.
Dolan told the graduating Catholic school seniors their education prepares them for this life and the next.
GreeNR has been approved, now one city is pushing out a plan to go green across the board.
It’s password protected and church approved. Patrick Leinen, the developer of Confession: A Roman Catholic App, says that, while it doesn’t take the place of visiting a confessional, the app is meant to help Catholics through the process.
Pope Benedict XVI declared in a decree that a French nun’s recovery from Parkinson’s disease was miraculous, the last step needed for the beloved pontiff’s beatification.