The Guerrilla Girl Who Plays With God’s-Eye View

Art seems to be to Lucinda Grange the last reward in a singular extreme journey. The adrenaline, the forbidden, the temptation to steal unseen views and bring new perspectives into our ordinary lives, is as important for the sui generis artist as the artwork itself.

NY Archdiocese to Close Seven Schools

The Archdiocese of New York has announced that seven of its Catholic schools will cease operations at the end of this academic year. 

Massgoers Pray for Conversion of Hearts as New York Expands Abortion

On the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, “a night when darkness claims the victory,” more than 500 people, including Brooklyn Auxiliary Bishop James Massa, gathered at St. Patrick’s Cathedral to give thanks for the gift of life and pray for an end to abortion.

New York Passes Abortion Rights Bill

Calling it a “victory for all New Yorkers,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law to codify a woman’s right to abortion under state law and provide greater access to abortion across the state on Tuesday evening, Jan. 22.