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Cardinal Dolan Set to Visit St. Joseph's at New Paltz

One of the most prominent Catholic leaders in the U.S. is slated to address parishioners in New Paltz for an anniversary celebration.

On Saturday, June 4, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of New York, will deliver a special liturgy to St. 585 more words


Afternoon Bulletin: Mayor Outlines Homelessness Plan, Vatican Flags Stolen and More

Mayor de Blasio was joined by Cardinal Timothy Dolan in the Bronx today to outline a plan on improving the city’s homelessness. Mr. de Blasio and the Archdiocese of New York announced that, together with social services, they will provide up to 150 beds for the city’s homeless population before winter sets in. 379 more words


De Blasio, Archdiocese Of New York Unveil Plan Regarding City's Homeless Problem

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio was joined by Cardinal Timothy Dolan in the Bronx Wednesday to outline a plan on how the city will address the… 603 more words


The Archdiocese of New York Announces Record Gift of $40 Million for Inner-City Scholarship Fund's New Endowment Campaign

NEW YORK, Sept. 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Archdiocese of New York today announced the launch of Inner-City Scholarship Fund’s $125 million “Kids Are Our Capital” endowment campaign led by a record-setting founding gift of $40 million from Christine and Stephen A. 632 more words

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Save our Lady Queen of Angels Church in East Harlem

Our Lady Queen of Angels has been there for 130 years, at 113th Street in East Harlem.

Thirteen years before the US invaded Puerto Rico, in 1898, the little church was already there between 2nd and 3rd avenues. 97 more words


Re-Released Tickets Gone In A Flash For Pope's Central Park Procession

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Well that was quick. Additional tickets released on Thursday for Pope Francis’ historic procession through Central Park next week were scooped up in a matter of hours. 193 more words


Archdiocese In Talks To Bring Pope's Motorcade Through Central Park

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There’s little doubt Pope Francis will attract massive crowds when he visits New York City next month. So what’s better, having them squeeze onto city sidewalks or giving the faithful a little space to spread their wings? 371 more words