COVID Impact: Staten Island Catholic School Using Special Program To Prioritize Students' Mental HealthIt has been a tough year for kids navigating through a pandemic while trying to learn in school or virtually.
Cardinal Dolan Blesses Families Moving Into New Low-Income Apartments In The Bronx For Holy ThursdayThe visit marked Holy Thursday, part of Christian Holy Week leading up to Easter Sunday.
Archdiocese Of New York Holds In-Person And Virtual Palm Sunday ServicesThose who aren't ready to go to church in-person, St. Patrick's Cathedral will livestream its Easter Sunday mass next week, beginning at 10 a.m.
NYC Catholic Schools Staying Open As Public Schools Switch To Remote LearningThe Archdiocese of New York, which represents more than 60,000 students, has been open for in-person learning since September.
Schools: The New Normal | Catholic School Students Across NYC Return To ClassroomsThe archdiocese says students are able to return to five days of in-person learning at many schools.
Latest U.S. Jobs Report Shows Fewer Unemployed, Though Upper Manhattan Food Pantry Says Lines As Long As EverVolunteers were giving away boxes of groceries to 500 families in Washington Heights. Many people waiting told CBS2 the food will help them stretch their unemployment checks.
Archdiocese Of New York Announces Reopening Plans For Catholic SchoolsStudents in the classroom will wear masks and observe social distancing rules.
Cardinal Dolan Pens Joint Appeal To Congress For Financial Aid With Future Of Catholic Schools In Doubt NationwideThree of the nation’s highest-ranking Catholic leaders, in a recent joint appeal, said Catholic schools “are presently facing their greatest financial crisis” and warned that hundreds more closures are likely without federal support.
Cardinal Dolan Warns Parents More Catholic Schools Will Close Without Additional Federal AidArchbishop Timothy Cardinal Dolan emailed families Monday morning with another cry for help to save the schools.
Report: Archdiocese Of New York Received $28 Million In Coronavirus AidThe money came from the taxpayer-funded Paycheck Protection Program.
Parents In Shock After Archdiocese Of New York Announces Closure Of 20 Schools: 'We Feel Like We've Been Undermined'Parents of children attending Catholic schools throughout the Archdiocese of New York are now scrambling after it was announced 20 schools would be closing.
Coronavirus Update: COVID-19 Confirmed At Queens Church As Public Services Go OnlineA parishioner who has tested positive for COVID-19 was among those attending mass last weekend in a church in Queens, reinforcing the call for the faithful to stay clear of public services amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Catholic Bishops Vote To Let Some Priests Marry, But Final Decision Up To Pope FrancisThe proposal, which must be approved by Pope Francis, would be a historic change to the church's centuries-old tradition of unmarried priests.
Shortage Of Clergy In Amazon Prompts Urgent Debate On Celibacy Rules, Married PriestsThis weekend, Catholic leaders will vote on whether married men in remote areas of the Amazon should be allowed to be ordained as priests.
Four Archdiocese Priests On Leave Amid New Church Sex Abuse AccusationsFour priests of the Archdiocese Of New York have been accused of abuse with minors, cases not included in the special investigation released two weeks ago.