The Diocese of Albany, New York, announced March 15 that it has filed for bankruptcy reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Sisters of Life Bring Their Call to Love to new Convent In the Catskills
In the kitchen of St. Anthony’s Convent, the Sisters of Life gathered around the stainless steel countertops to discuss a vital issue: How do you cook bison?
Advocates: Pro-life Movement Needs to Prepare for Post-Roe Political Landscape
Even as pro-lifers express optimism that this could be the year Roe v. Wade is overturned, leaders in the movement warn that the potentially groundbreaking victory doesn’t negate the essential work that still needs to happen at state and local levels.
Catholic Items Hold Their own at New York Public Library Exhibit
One of the most progressive items at a New York Public Library exhibit, perhaps overlooked by visitors heading for pop culture gems such as the hand-painted ballet slipper designed by Coco Chanel and an Andy Warhol oil painting of a Studio 54 ticket inscribed to Truman Capote, belongs to a nun.
Orthodox Church Destroyed During 9/11 Being Rebuilt As ‘Cenotaph’ to Those Killed
With less than a year left in the reconstruction of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine, Michael Psaros foresees a church that honors the lives that were lost during the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on New York.
New Bishop to Rely on Ministerial Approach to Lead the Diocese of Buffalo Through Challenging Times
In an introductory teleconference Tuesday morning, Dec.1, Auxiliary Bishop Michael Fisher of Washington emphasized the collaborative, cooperative, and communicative approach to ministry that he will bring to the Diocese of Buffalo as its new bishop.
Back to School 2020
The Tablet offers this special supplement to help families gear up for the new school year.
Brooklyn a ‘Bridge’ on the Underground Railroad
Hidden among the streets and sidewalks of Brooklyn is a rich abolitionist history. From homes of prominent leaders in the movement to churches that were stops along the historic Underground Railroad, the borough was a hub of abolitionist activities, leading up to the Civil War and the Emancipation Proclamation, which freed millions of enslaved African-Americans.
Even Before Airing, Dorothy Day Film Tops Amazon Documentary Chart
Dorothy Day, whose life was a series of seeming contradictions, might be bemused at this one: The DVD version of a documentary about her life has, more than a month before the film reaches the PBS airwaves, made it to the top spot on the Amazon documentary sales chart.
Pro-Life Family Shows The Adoption Choice
The Stark family, who live in Pound Ridge in Westchester County, have seven children, six of them adopted, including three from China. The family’s story shows another facet of the pro-life movement: adoption.