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Lower East Side »

Charter School Opening in Shuttered Lower East Side Catholic School

Great Oaks Charter School will be located in the old St. James & St. Joseph school for two years.

Hudson Square »

Archdiocese Puts Closed Broome Street Church on Market for $13M

The former Our Lady of Vilnius is for sale as space for residential or commercial development.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Archdiocese Hires Counselors to Help Relocate Holy Cross Students

Holy Cross School will close down at the end of the school year.

Inwood »

St. Jude Community Offers Funding Ideas to Save School

Thursday was the deadline for the school to submit a proposal to raise money to keep its doors open.

Mott Haven »

Protesters Rally to Save Bronx Schools

Students and families rallied Wednesday to save two Bronx Catholic schools the archdiocese may close.

East Harlem »

East Harlem Mourns Carmen Villegas, Activist Who Fought to Save Church

Carmen Villegas, 58, fought to save Our Lady Queen of Angels. She died Dec. 5 after battling cancer.

Midtown East »

St. Patrick's Cathedral Wants Right to Cash In on Proposed Midtown Rezoning

The Archdiocese hopes to be able to sell the air rights over St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Manhattan »

Clerk Accused in $1 Million Church Theft Praying for a Deal, Lawyer Says

Anita Collins' lawyer said she "won't survive" prison and is looking for a plea-bargain deal.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Supporters Resume Push to Save 170-Year-Old Sarkozy-Backed French Church

Supporters have waged a six-year campaign to landmark St. Vincent de Paul Church in Chelsea.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Sister Mary Dixon Brings 25 Years of Experience to Holy Cross School

Sister Mary Dixon has run the Times Square school for 25 years.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Notre Dame Girls' School Specializes in Personal Attention

Every girl at Notre Dame School is accepted into a four-year college, principal Jaclyn Brilliant said.

Midtown & Theater District »

Clerk Who Stole More Than $1M from Archdiocese Indicted, DA Says

Anita Collins, 67, has been indicted for stealing more than $1 million from the church.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

NYU's Religious Groups to Unite Under One Roof at Spiritual Center

Students of all faiths can unite at NYU's Center for Academic and Spiritual life.

Manhattan »

Cardinal Timothy Dolan Leads Prayer Service at St. Patrick's Cathedral

Cardinal Timothy Dolan led a prayer service Saturday at St. Patrick's Cathedral praising New York.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Clerk Anita Collins Stole $1M from Archdiocese, Prosecutors Say

Church employee Anita Collins, 67, was charged with stealing $1 million from the Archdiocese of New York.