Faithful Celebrate Easter Sunday With Socially Distant ServicesChristians around the Tri-State Area celebrated Easter mass on Sunday, and unlike last year, some services were able to take place in person.
Limited In-Person Services Held For Good Friday, Parishioners Say Easter Weekend Message Remains The SameHealth officials are reminding people to keep Easter weekend gatherings small and outside, if possible.
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.
St. Patrick's Day Events Go Mostly Virtual For Second Year In A RowThe parade was canceled last year due to the pandemic, though two units managed to march up Fifth Avenue. 
Christmas Mass Brings Worshippers Hope For Brighter Days AheadEvery year, the hymns and readings at Christmas mass remind worshippers that better days are coming. There's perhaps no better year to remember that than 2020.
Christmas Eve Mass Scaled Down Due To COVID PandemicChurches across our area are improvising, making sure worshippers can celebrate Christmas at a safe social distance.
NYPD Honors 46 Members Lost To COVID-Related DeathsPolice officers are trained for many scenarios, but no one was prepared to combat the threat of COVID-19.
Report: Archdiocese Of New York Received $28 Million In Coronavirus AidThe money came from the taxpayer-funded Paycheck Protection Program.
Timothy Cardinal Dolan Holds First Public Mass At St. Patrick's Cathedral Since MarchIn a time of great turmoil, the fabled church provided families with comfort and peace.
2 Teens Arrested In Graffiti Vandalism Of St. Patrick's CathedralThe suspects allegedly spray painted the F-word in big red letters on the outside of the church on May 30.
Police Release New Photos Of Women Suspected Of Spray Painting St. Patrick's CathedralOver the weekend, police said they arrested the women’s getaway driver on charges of criminal mischief and making graffiti.