Only in Print: Martyred Missionary Saints’ Relics Are Shown at St. Patrick’s

Every first Wednesday of the month, St. Patrick’s Cathedral hosts a Young Adult Mass. But this March 6, the faithful were welcomed with more than a traditional service. On this occasion, the famed house of worship was the final stop on a tour of a first-class relic of St. Jean de Brébeuf: the skull of the martyr.

Post Roe V. Wade: Abortion in America, One Year Later

It’s been one year since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade — the 1973 landmark decision that established the right to an abortion nationwide. The case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, largely placed the question in the hands of individual states.

Father Capodanno’s Cause for Sainthood Slows Down, But Still Going

Members of the Father Capodanno Guild recently were startled by a recommendation from Theological Consultants for a “suspension” of the chaplain’s cause for sainthood. The consultants said more information is needed to support the new “offering of life” path to sainthood established in 2017 by Pope Francis.

Only In Print: Place For Prayer

A grotto can also serve as an evangelization tool, according to pastors, who said the beauty of the setting beckons people who have never been inside a church as well as Catholics who haven’t been to Mass in a while.

Only In Print: 85 Years Young

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel-Annunciation Parish held a surprise birthday party for “85/85 girls” Vida Jankauskas and Josefina Senken.

Only In Print: Robotic Win

Eighth-graders from Saint Saviour Catholic Academy in Park Slope took home top honors at the NYC First Lego League Robotics Championship Tournament.