The fire claimed the lives of 19 people including nine children.
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New York City’s Sheen Center for Thought & Culture is featuring a photo exhibit of inspiring moments from the pandemic.
The vandalism is "heartbreaking, but sadly it is becoming more and more common these days," the pastor said in a statement.
Walking through New York City in the footsteps of saints celebrated and unknown, we are strengthened for the pilgrimage of life.
The Dominican priest overseeing the project says: ‘The city that never sleeps deserves a chapel that never closes.’ The goal is to have the chapel open by Easter 2022.
As Some Churches Return to Full Capacity, Vaccination Status Complicates Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions
As US dioceses and parishes celebrated the Holy Spirit’s descent and the birth of the Church on Pentecost, many of them were able to reduce the curbs on worship that have been in place because of the pandemic.
Cardinal Dolan wrote that the cathedral stands for the sacredness of all lives, “as we are all made in God’s image and likeness”, and it also proclaims that “‘black lives matter’ in a dramatic way” through its many ministries that help black and minority men, women and children.
The pledge asks whether Catholics “support justice, equity, and compassion,” and affirm that “white privilege and the culture of white supremacy must be dismantled wherever it is present.”
Local priests and deacons tell the Register about the challenges they’ve faced ministering to their flocks during this painful period.