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.
Archdiocese Of New York Concludes Year-Long Review Into Child Sex Abuse ScandalThe response of the Catholic Church to the sexual abuse crisis took center stage at a news conference Monday.
New Lawsuit Claims Archdiocese Of New York Schemed To Trick Sex Abuse Victims Out Of Suing ChurchAttorney Jeff Herman said Friday that his client was convinced to join the church’s Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program (IRCP) without the aid of an independent lawyer.
Archdiocese Of New York Set To Unveil Online Ancestry ToolFor the first time ever, thousands of historical records dating back to the 1700s are available at the click of a button.
De Blasio, Archdiocese Of New York Unveil Plan Regarding City's Homeless ProblemThe city and the Archdiocese of New York announced they are teaming up to provide 150 beds with social services for homeless people before winter sets in.
Re-Released Tickets Gone In A Flash For Pope's Central Park ProcessionPope Francis will be in New York City from Thursday Sept. 23 through Saturday Sept. 26.
Archdiocese In Talks To Bring Pope's Motorcade Through Central ParkThe Archdiocese of New York is in serious discussions to have the pope's motorcade pass through part of Central Park.
Stressful Times For New York Catholics As Churches Close, Parishes MergeChurchgoers lit candles early Friday morning at Our Lady of Peace on the Upper East Side, one of 31 churches that must merge with a nearby parish by Saturday.