Diocesan Students Outscore Public School Counterparts in Reading

When Mayor Eric Adams announced that New York City’s public schools will be revamping the way they teach children to read and bringing back phonics, you couldn’t blame principals in the Diocese of Brooklyn if they chuckled a little. Catholic schools have been using the tried-and-true method for years.

Graffiti Sparks Concern Over Crime on City Streets

Esposito, president of the Ozone Park Residents Block Association, estimated that graffiti in his Queens community has increased by 70%-80% over the past few years. He isn’t the only one who believes that graffiti is making a comeback.

Cardinal Dolan Welcomes ‘Fellow Irish One and All’ to St. Patrick’s Day Mass

The 262nd New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade stepped off from the front of the cathedral that bears his name, following a Mass celebrated by New York Archbishop Cardinal Timothy Dolan before a sanctuary packed with Catholic clergy, local dignitaries, religious, representatives of the military, and faithful.