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De Blasio, Dolan Break Ground On Low-Income Housing For Seniors

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Mayor Bill de Blasio and Cardinal Timothy Dolan joined forces Thursday to break ground at a new community housing development in the Bronx. 245 more words


Animals Blessed During Holiday Ritual At Manhattan Church

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Dogs, cats, horses, llamas and even a pig went to church on Sunday for a holiday tradition.

The animals made their way up the aisle at Christ Church United Methodist parish on Park Avenue in Manhattan to be blessed by Roman Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan, a rabbi and ministers from the church. 263 more words


Seniors Plead to Save their Village Community Center

Older residents of the Village are afraid that their much-loved senior center will be closed down when their lease expires on June 30.

Our Lady of Pompeii Senior Center… 416 more words


It's Official! Pope Francis Confirms Trip To United States

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – It’s official!

Pope Francis is coming to the United States.

Francis confirmed Monday that he will attend the World Meeting of Families conference in Philadelphia… 778 more words


Church of St. Stephen to close

By Sabina Mollot

On Sunday, parishioners at Our Lady of the Scapular-St. Stephen, a Roman Catholic church on East 28th Street, learned that the church would be closed and parish merged as part of a plan by Cardinal Timothy Dolan to close and consolidate churches throughout New York State. 1,065 more words

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‘Generosity is penicillin to our culture of entitlement’: Cardinal Dolan on ethics, social justice and issues facing millennials

Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York (center) with Michael Menconi FCRH ’15 (left) and Ken Ochs FCRH ’15 (right)
On Thursday, June 5, 2014, Fordham University’s Center for Ethics Education Ethics and Society blog student editors Michael Menconi FCRH ’15 and Ken Ochs FCRH & …… 16 more words


New York Archdiocese Announces 55 Parish Mergers

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Archdiocese of New York announced Sunday that 112 Catholic parishes in the region are merging into 55.

The reorganization leaves dozens of parishes with two churches. 638 more words