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Prospect Heights »

Church Near Barclays Center Elevated to Cathedral Status

The church on Pacific Street, just blocks from the Barclays Center, was chosen for its location.

Arrochar »

Man Charged With Arson After Fire at Staten Island Convent

Vincent Calder is one of three charged in connection with the fire at St. Joseph Hill Academy Saturday.

Gramercy »

Struggling Library for Blind Selling Gramercy Property for $9M

Xavier Society for the Blind has cut its staff and is selling its East 23rd Street property.

West Brighton »

Catholic Mom Sues City to Send Daughter to School Without Vaccinations

A Staten Island mom says school officials denied her kid a religious exemption from vaccines.

SoHo »

Planned SoHo Bike Share Dock 'Disrespects' Catholic Memorial, Priest Says

Father Joe Lorenzo opposes a bike share station inside a memorial to a priest and three firefighters.

Greenpoint »

St. Cecilia's Church Buildings 'Scavenged,' Parishioners Claim

Parishioners are angry that metal has been taken from church buildings with no explanation.

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.

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.

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.

Manhattan »

Archbishop Timothy Dolan Elevated to Cardinal in Rome

New York's archbishop, Timothy Dolan, was elevated to cardinal in Rome on Feb. 18, 2012.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Version of Michelangelo's 'Moses' on Display in Little Italy

The first bronze original of Michelangelo's "the Moses," is on display in Little Italy. 

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

'Cheat Sheets' Aid in New Mass Translation at UWS Church

Holy Trinity Church was among many churches struggling Sunday with the new mass translation.

Harlem »

Day of the Dead Festivities Brighten Up East Harlem

The traditional "El Dia de los Muertos," or The Day of the Dead, festivities kicked off Wednesday as community members helped build a colorful, cross-shaped altar, covered in breads, fruits and other offerings for the spirits.

Harlem »

Philharmonic Organist Is New Music Director at St. John Divine

New York Philharmonic Organist Kent Tritle is expected to take over as music director of the Cathedral of St. John Divine Sept. 1.