Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, who retired as bishop of Brooklyn on Nov. 30, donated his personal archives to the Center for Migration Studies (CMS), a think tank and educational institute he has worked with for several years and where he is a member of the board of trustees.
The question of whether citizenship should be a requirement to vote is headed for state court, now that a group of Republican lawmakers has sued to stop New York City from implementing a law permitting noncitizens to cast ballots in municipal elections.
Ryan Edwards, 14, was born decades after Martin Luther King Jr. led the March on Washington and delivered his “I Have A Dream” speech. But the teenager said King’s message resonates with members of Gen Z like him.
As the seat of the Bishop of Brooklyn, the Cathedral Basilica of St. James holds many treasures for history lovers.
For a beautiful building with such a glorious history, the beginning of Cathedral Basilica of St. James was actually quite simple: it was born out of a desire for convenience.
Marta Sanchez was worshiping at St. Simon Stock-St. Joseph Church down the street from her Bronx apartment Sunday when she got a chilling phone call from a friend: Her building was on fire.
Police are searching for a woman who threw eggs at the front door of the Church of Saints Simon and Jude, Gravesend, Sunday afternoon.
Pope Francis reached out Monday to Cardinal Timothy Dolan of the Archdiocese of New York saying that he felt a “spiritual closeness” to the victims of the deadly Bronx fire that killed 19 people on Sunday.
A mural depicting an image of Pope Francis that can be found on the wall outside the Little Cupcake Bakeshop at 30 Prince St., was painted by an artist who goes by the single name of Delphinoto.
Sean Conaboy, a member of St. Michael’s Parish in Sunset Park, saved a woman from a knife-wielding attacker on a Manhattan subway platform last spring. Now, he has been recognized for his bravery by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission.