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Faint Sounds of Jazz in the Catholic church

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Mary Lou Williams is one of the few women in the pantheon of great jazz instrumentalists and a great Catholic artist. Duke Ellington once said, “She is like soul on soul.”

Cardinal Timothy Dolan’s Benediction at the 2012 Democratic National Convention

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NYC’s Dolan prayed at the conventions of both parties.

Red Hat on the Empire State Building

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On this “Twelfth Day of Christmas” the traditional celebration of the Epiphany, I have received a gift from Pope Benedict XVI, to become a cardinal on February 18th. It’s as if Pope Benedict is putting the red hat on top of the Empire State Building.

9/11 affected the city’s religious life in unnoticed ways

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In 2011, the anniversary of 9/11 also fell on a Sunday, providing a unique opportunity to see how churches were affected by the event.

NYC Mexican Americans as “the Chosen”

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  Mexican immigrants in New York City believe that Mexicans and Mexico are “the Chosen Ones” to bring the message of Christ to the city. The roots of this conviction lay in the belief that the Virgin Mary, the Virgin of Guadalupe, appeared to a poor indigenous man named Juan Diego. By this appearance the […]

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