The shocking images of realistic-looking dolls wrapped in emergency thermal blankets laying in small cages greeted New Yorkers during the morning commute on June 12.
In the aftermath of the passage of the Reproductive Health Act in January, the New York State Catholic Conference (NYSCC) continues to lobby for bills that would help pregnant women and boost adoption, while opposing bills that it deems harmful to life at any stage.
Mayor Bill de Blasio formally announced his campaign for president on May 16, becoming the 23rd candidate to join the Democratic field that includes such national figures as former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).
At 11-years-old, Ray Kaner was brought to Auschwitz. She escaped, but more than 1.1 million people did not.“People should know how it was and it should never happen again to anybody,” she said, “everybody has a right to live.”
A treasure of biblical proportions is on display for the first time in New York City.Hidden inside the New-York Historical Society, just steps from the lobby, is the Word of God.
Thousands filled Times Square May 4 to declare that all life is sacred and that New York state’s extreme abortion law permitting the killing of babies even until the moment of birth is immoral.
This May, New York will become home to North America’s biggest exhibition dedicated to the history of the Auschwitz concentration camp and its’ infamous role in the Holocaust.
“There were so many calls [on my phone] from Sri Lanka, from my family. I immediately thought, ‘oh, this is not good,” said Father Nalaka Silva, coordinator of the Sri Lankan Catholic Community of New York and New Jersey.
The Archdiocese of New York published a list with 120 names that ‘have been credibly accused of sexually abusing a minor or possessing child pornography,’ according to their website on April 26.
Nearly two days into Holy Week after the historic Notre Dame Cathedral caught on fire, a man carrying two gas cans, lighter fluid and lighters entered St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan April 17, but was stopped by a security officer and taken into custody, according to an NYPD official.