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40 Days For Life

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Dear Editor: I celebrate the Brooklyn Diocese for joining the 40 Days For Life, an internationally coordinated pro-life mobilization. Each day you can find prayers, devotions, an email subscription an...

Our Best Instincts

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Dear Editor: Kathleen Gallagher's column ("Abortion Expansion Act Passes in New York," Jan. 26) plainly states the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) was the brainchild of former Gov. Eliot Spitzer. Wow, I...

Since Cain and Abel

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Dear Editor: I may sound `doom and gloom' but there has been scandal in the Church since the beginning ("Church Moving From `American Problem' to American Solutions on Clergy Abuse,"March 2). There h...

Palms and Praise Are A Forerunner to the Passion

Palms and Praise Are A Forerunner to the Passion

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ONE OF THE OPTIONS for the beginning of today's liturgy involves the reading of a Gospel passage from which we get today's tradition of waving palm branches. We sing "Hosanna" as t...

This Is Our Night For Telling Stories

This Is Our Night For Telling Stories

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Creation, Redemption, Martyrdom

Creation, Redemption, Martyrdom

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A LENTEN QUIZ: Which came first, God's creation of the world or God's covenant with Israel? If we think in terms of chronology, the answer is obvious. If we think theologically, ho...

Reflecting On The Cross: Loneliness, Vulnerability

Reflecting On The Cross: Loneliness, Vulnerability

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A RELIGIOUS SISTER once told me that she had never experienced loneliness in her life. I found that incredible. Perhaps she meant something different by loneliness than what I mean...

New York State Catholic Conference: Assisted Suicide Is Bad Medicine for NYS

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Physician-assisted suicide bills in New York, like similar bills that have passed in several other states, lack important safeguards, making coercion or misapplication of the law a serious threat. Fur...

Healing Begins When We Listen to One Another

Healing Begins When We Listen to One Another

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St. Edmund s Welcomes New Hall of Famers

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The St. Edmund Prep H.S., Sheepshead Bay, gathered April 5 at Inwood Country Club to honor the fourth-ever class of the school's Athletic Hall of Fame. Former student-athletes and their families were...

Sports Round-Up April 13

Sports Round-Up April 13

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This year was no different as pastor emeritus Father Jim Devlin hosted the spirited discussion in the church basement on March 30. Among the 30 passionate baseball gurus was diehar...

Airport Chaplain Finds Most of His Ministry On the Ground

Airport Chaplain Finds Most of His Ministry On the Ground

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The airplane hangar of a major international airport is not often considered the ideal place for a Mass. Neither is the baggage claim area the preferred location for spiritual coun...

Science And Faith Exhibit At The Museum Of The Bible

Science And Faith Exhibit At The Museum Of The Bible

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WASHINGTON (CNS) - From the 17th-century ban by the Vatican of Copernicus' mathematical calculation that the sun was at the center of the solar system to modern-day arguments about...

Stella Clinton

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Stella Clinton was fatally injured while walking home from getting her ashes on Ash Wednesday. She was 86 years old. Walking home from Good Shepherd, Marine Park just a block from her home, a car bac...

Helen Leahy

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Helen Leahy, the rectory secretary of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, South Ozone Park, died Feb. 28. She served in that position for 42 years and the school secretary for the last ten years. She was 89 y...

Sister Mary Donald Kelly, R.S.M.

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Sister Mary Donald Kelly, R.S.M., 90, a member of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Mid-Atlantic Community for 72 years, died on April 5, at Maria Regina Residence in Brentwood, NY. Born Theresa K...

Sister Catherine Schick, R.S.M.

Sister Catherine Schick, R.S.M.

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Sister Catherine Schick, R.S.M., 91, a member of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas Mid-Atlantic Community for 71 years, died March 2, at Maria Regina Residence in Brentwood, NY....

Sister Anne Sheehan, C.S.J.

Sister Anne Sheehan, C.S.J.

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Sister Anne Sheehan, C.S.J., a Sister of St. Joseph, Brentwood, for 76 years, died March 20 at the Maria Regina Residence in Brentwood. She received a bachelor's degree in English...

Around the Diocese April 13

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Our Lady of Angels, Bay Ridge -- Bereavement Support Group, April 15, 7 p.m. Good Shepherd, Marine Park -- Defensive Driving Course, April 16, 7 p.m. $55. Call 998-2800 to register. Our Lady of Grac...

Bishop Defends His Mom From Duterte; Facebook Suspends His Account

Bishop Defends His Mom From Duterte; Facebook Suspends His Account

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(Crux) - After defending his mother from an attack by President Rodrigo Duterte, a bishop in the Philippines had his Facebook profile temporarily suspended. Bishop Pablo Virgilio ...

Pope   s Youth Doc Draws Rave Reviews From Young Consultants

Pope s Youth Doc Draws Rave Reviews From Young Consultants

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ROME (Crux) - Pope Francis published a new document April 2 dedicated to youth, bringing full-circle a process of consultation that began last year when the Vatican reached out to...

Nuns Urge India To    Ensure Safety    After School Attack

Nuns Urge India To Ensure Safety After School Attack

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MUMBAI, India (Crux) - Religious sisters in India say they are "committed to our education ministry" after an attack which left several of them hospitalized in the southern state o...

Border Crisis Declarations Mask Misery Of Immigrants

Border Crisis Declarations Mask Misery Of Immigrants

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WASHINGTON (CNS) - An estimated 100,000 apprehensions of immigrants by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents at the U.S.-Mexico border in March is the highest figure in one month i...

Nation Has Gone Down    Dark Road,    Says Bishop

Nation Has Gone Down Dark Road, Says Bishop

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RICHMOND, Va. (CNS) - An estimated 7,000 people, including busloads from the Richmond and Arlington dioceses, converged on the state Capitol in Richmond for the first Virginia Ma...

Pope To Host Retreat For South Sudan   s Leaders

Pope To Host Retreat For South Sudan s Leaders

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(Crux) ROME - For all intents and purposes they've been sworn enemies for five years, each in charge of one side of a bloody civil war that theoretically ended last year with a "re...

The Heart of St. John Vianney Visits Brooklyn and Queens

The Heart of St. John Vianney Visits Brooklyn and Queens

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The incorrupt heart of the patron saint of parish priests, St. John Vianney, was on display for all to see at Cathedral Preparatory School and Seminary in Elmhurst, April 9. "It's...

Catechetical Congress Calls For Bold Evangelization

Catechetical Congress Calls For Bold Evangelization

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Catholic leaders from across the Brooklyn diocese, nation and Vatican gathered for the seventh annual Catechetical Congress at Immaculate Conception Center in Douglaston, April 6. ...

Pro-Life   Group Helps Women Recover After Abortion

Pro-Life Group Helps Women Recover After Abortion

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Back in the 1980s, Pamela had an abortion. For more than 20 years, she held onto the pain she felt and hid it from the rest of the world. "I suffered for many years, silently, in ...

Anti-Trafficking Nun to Pen Pope   s Way of The Cross

Anti-Trafficking Nun to Pen Pope s Way of The Cross

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ROME (Crux) - When she first heard that Pope Francis wanted her to write the meditations for the world's most followed Way of the Cross ceremony, Italian Sister Eugenia Bonetti sai...

Locals Still Rely on Late Msgr.  Quinn, a Hero of the People

Locals Still Rely on Late Msgr. Quinn, a Hero of the People

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A faithful delegation of Catholics from Long Island, including the Diocese of Brooklyn, gathered early on a Saturday morning to pray at the burial site of Msgr. Bernard John Quinn,...

Blessing of Priests    Graves Recalls Bishop Iggy   s Love of Priesthood

Blessing of Priests Graves Recalls Bishop Iggy s Love of Priesthood

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Palms in the shape of crosses were placed at 163 graves of diocesan priests who are buried in the priests' plot at St. John's Cemetery, Middle Village. The project, that celebrate...

These Days of Passion and Preparation

These Days of Passion and Preparation

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As we approach Holy Week, the Church bids us to prepare more intently for the celebration of Easter and the reception of the grace that comes with the power of the Resurrection of ...

The Very Essence Of Our Faith

The Very Essence Of Our Faith

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After 40 days of preparation, we arrive at the most important week of the Church liturgical calendar. We celebrate the central mystery of our faith - the Resurrection. But we also ...

A New Archbishop For Washington, D.C.

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Cardinal Donald Wuerl, who served as the sixth Archbishop of Washington, submitted his required resignation from his See at the age of 75 three years ago, but it wasn't until recently that His Holines...

Book Refutes Notion Of Dorothy Day As Dissenting Catholic

Book Refutes Notion Of Dorothy Day As 'Dissenting Catholic'

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(CNS) - Terrence Wright, an associate professor of philosophy and director of the pre-theology program at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver, wrote a well-intentioned ...

St. Mel   s Assists St. Baldrick   s

St. Mel s Assists St. Baldrick s

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Madison Taravella Beadle, a fourth grade student at St. Mel's was the first young student brave enough to step onto the stage, she examines the locks she just donated to St. Baldri...

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy Students Dress Down for a Cure

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy Students Dress Down for a Cure

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A student at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy in Astoria once couldn't go to school, play sports or do anything he loved because his kidney disease had a stronghold on his li...

Relic of St. John Vianney Visits Brooklyn Diocese

Relic of St. John Vianney Visits Brooklyn Diocese

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The incorrupt heart of St. John Vianney, contained in special casing making it visible to the faithful, will be available for veneration throughout the diocese at the following dat...

In Fits and Starts, US Church Moving to Confront    Sin    of Racism

In Fits and Starts, US Church Moving to Confront Sin of Racism

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NEW YORK - On the morning after his installation Mass in Memphis, Bishop David Talley joined a group of friends and family for a tour of the city's historic National Civil Rights M...

Pope Calls Tiny Christian Flock in Muslim Nation to be Yeast of Society

Pope Calls Tiny Christian Flock in Muslim Nation to be 'Yeast' of Society

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RABAT, Morocco (Crux) - Speaking to a small community of priests, religious and the Ecumenical Council of Churches in Morocco, Pope Francis Sunday said that consecrated people are ...

Archbishop Gregory Coming to Washington As a Pastor, Not a Politician

Archbishop Gregory Coming to Washington As a Pastor, Not a Politician

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NEW YORK - In his opening words to an archdiocese reeling from scandal and accusations of sexual abuse cover-up, the newly appointed leader to Catholics in the nation's capital, Ar...

Around the School Bell: Archbishop Molloy HS   s Service Society

Around the School Bell: Archbishop Molloy HS s Service Society

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At Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood, one common characteristic you can find in students is how service-oriented we are. Much of the service is centered in an organization at our ...

Pope To Celebrate Holy Thursday With Prisoners

Pope To Celebrate Holy Thursday With Prisoners

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(CNS) ROME - Pope Francis will celebrate the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper with prisoners in Velletri, about 36 miles south of Rome. The pope will celebrate the Mass and...

Court Won   t Hear Appeal By Pro-Life Activist Sued By Planned Parenthood

Court Won t Hear Appeal By Pro-Life Activist Sued By Planned Parenthood

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WASHINGTON (CNS) -- The U.S. Supreme Court April 1 decided against hearing an appeal by pro-life activist David Daleiden, founder of the Center for Medical Progress, of a lower cou...

Pope Taps Gregory To Succeed Wuerl In Washington, D.C.

Pope Taps Gregory To Succeed Wuerl In Washington, D.C.

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NEW YORK - As the U.S. Catholic Church faces what is arguably the greatest challenge in its history, Pope Francis has tapped the man who guided the U.S. bishops through the 2002 se...


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