Almost a year after the FBI’s targeting of traditional Catholics came to light, a conservative Catholic organization, led by a laicized priest, has filed a Freedom of Information Act request to find out just how far the FBI’s investigation went.
Gila Sacks is not certain what her father, world-renowned theologian Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, would say about the state of the world today, as war rages in the Holy Land. However, she does know three things the influential late rabbi would say to not do.
With acts of religious hatred on the rise in the U.S. since the Hamas attacks on Israel in early October, New York’s cardinal, who also leads a U.S. bishops’ committee on religious liberty, has said that such instances “shock the conscience.”
Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York told OSV News the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, which will be marked with solemn ceremonies across the U.S., should be observed with memories of lives lost and impacted by the day’s events.
The “City That Never Sleeps” now has a new chapel for perpetual adoration — the first ever in Manhattan.
The Archdiocese of Armagh’s celebration of the 150th anniversary of the opening of St Patrick’s Cathedral culminated with Mass Aug. 27 celebrated by Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York during which he paid tribute to the “cycle of evangelization” between Ireland and the United States.
About 1,500 family members and well-wishers joined bishops, priests, religious brothers and dozens of sisters from the Sisters of Life as seven new sisters took their perpetual vows August 5 at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan.
With a well-attended Mass that sent people forth with a rousing rendition of Richard Smallwood’s “I Love the Lord” — served up by the choir of New York’s St. Paul the Apostle Church and soloist Paulist Father Steven Bell — the third annual Outreach gathering of LGBTQ+ Catholics came to a close after a weekend of thoughtful discussion panels held at the Lincoln Center campus of Fordham University.
New York’s Catholic college graduates were urged by a church leader, a cookbook author, and a music icon to build on their experiences by making a difference in today’s world.
U.S. Catholic bishops are urging Catholics to say prayers of reparation to heal damage caused by the Los Angeles Dodgers’ plans to honor the anti-Catholic drag group the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.