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Adult Faith Formation | December 2022 Updates 

ArchCare | December 2022 Updates

Parish Integration

To learn more about how your parish can partner with ArchCare to provide health services, bolster health care ministries, or access community health-related resources; please contact Michael Guglielmo, Dir. of Parish Integration at mguglielmo@archcare.org or (646) 229-7413. 

Health Care Chaplaincy Apostolate

For Catholic chaplaincy coverage/access issues to hospitals and nursing homes, please contact John Schultz, Dir. of Health Care Chaplaincy Apostolate at jschultz@archcare.org or (646) 942-0640. 

Catholic Charities | December 2022 Updates

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The Chancellery of the Archdiocese of New York | Curia Report

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The Chancellery of the Archdiocese of New York | Priest Compensation

Almost every year since 2010, His Eminence has amended the base stipend for his priests with a cost-of-living increase of one, two or three percent. This has always been understood not to be a raise, but rather an attempt to reach parity with the priests of neighboring dioceses. We have been grateful to him for this initiative. Cardinal Dolan has allowed me to deliver the good news that he has approved a three percent cost of living adjustment for the coming calendar year, effective January 1, 2023

Department of Education | December 2022 Updates 

Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of New York report continued excellence on the 2022 New York State tests. From our last testing period, English Language Arts (ELA) scores jumped by 7.3 percent, while math scores held nearly steady from pre-pandemic levels. Actions taken during the pandemic—including opening our doors for in-person learning in September 2020—proved to be the difference in mitigating learning loss.

Read more here

As part of an ongoing discussion of educational reform, Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Michael J. Deegan, penned an op-ed for Fox News urging newly elected representatives everywhere to offer parental school choice for the future of all students. The article was very well received. Read the article on Fox News here

On Newsmax’s “The National Report,” Mr. Deegan spoke with host John Huddy about how Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York have continued to achieve academic success through investments in technology, attention to social-emotional health, and mission-driven staff. The segment aired twice across the country on the rapidly-growing cable news channel. Watch the interview on YouTube or read a recap on Newsmax.com

Over 3,000 Catholic school educators from the Archdiocese of New York gathered at Iona University to celebrate Spirituality Day. This conference, the first held in person since 2019, began with Mass celebrated by His Eminence, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, followed by a stirring keynote address from Fr. Tony Ricard from the Archdiocese of New Orleans.

Watch the recap here

Family Life Office | For Your Consideration – Called to the Joy of Love: Family Life 2023 Updates

There are four major initiatives that I propose for your consideration that have been slated for implementation at various levels in the next few years. These initiatives include:

At Covenant Eyes, we care about you and those you serve. We have crafted resources that specifically address needs for the people in your church. SAFE HAVEN SUNDAY—WEEKEND OF MARCH 12,2023

Strong Catholic Families helps church leaders envision how the Catholic Church can more effectively partner with parents to help bring home the faith. Developed by NFCYM in 2005, the program offers a series of diocesan and parish level training, presentations, online and print resources, and Catholic Parent Revivals. Spanish language training (Fortaleciendo Familias en la Fe) and presentations are also available.

Communio is a nonprofit that consults with churches equipping them with proven strategies and technologies to solve our nation’s family and faith crisis.

More information will be forthcoming in the new year. The Holy Father speaks of proper formation for those involved in the Marriage Catechumenate in this way, “In order to effectively implement a renewed pastoral care of married life, it has to become indispensable that couples offer accompaniment, in parishes and family movements, as well as priests, already from the time of their seminary formation, and religious and consecrated men and women, be adequately formed and prepared in mutual complementarity and ecclesial co-responsibility.” Amoris Laetitia, 203; Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1632

ICS | Easter and Penance Updates 

As we look ahead to Easter 2023, I want to thank you for helping to make the Easter 2022 season such a smooth and successful one. We asked you to order early and to keep an eye on deadlines so ICS could deliver complete, timely orders to you. You responded promptly and we were able to fulfill your orders, save you money, and prevent disappointment – despite industry-wide shortages and delays.Let’s do it again! We have a large selection of well-priced items you may need for the Easter season. We get favorable prices and quick service from our vendors because ICS harnesses our parishes’ collective purchasing power to negotiate great deals.

PLEASE ORDER AS SOON AS YOU CAN! WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY, TIME AND HEADACHES.

Liturgy Office | December Newsletter

View the newsletter by download the below or following the link here: https://nyliturgy.org/wp-content/uploads/LiturgyUpdateDecember2022.pdf 

Office of the Vicar General | Presbyteral Council Minutes

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Saint Joseph’s Seminary | Schola Album Announcement 

The Schola Cantorum of Saint Joseph’s Seminary is proud to present – HAIL, SAINT JOSEPH! Songs in Honor of Our Patron. Order today at dunwoodie.edu/scholacd

Salute: The Magazine of the Archdiocese of the Military Services, USA | Fall 2022 Issue

These pages will illustrate pastoral activity over the past few months, a return to a more normal pace in the life of the archdiocese, a few memorable events, and an opportunity to meet one of the new co-sponsored seminarians.

USCCB | Committee on Divine Worship Newsletter

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Vicar For Clergy | Priest Personnel Board and Permanent Diaconate Survey Updates

What follows is an update on two items which have been under discussion for several months. Thank you for your patience and participation int he development of both matters.

Youth Faith Formation Office | The Annual Retreat Day Catholic Teachers and Staff Working in Public Schools Bulletin Announcements

The  Annual Retreat Day

Catholic Teachers and Staff Working in Public Schools

“Mary Arose and Went in Haste” is the theme for the Annual Retreat for Catholic School Teachers and Staff Working in Public Schools.  After her encounter with the angel Gabriel, Mary went out to her cousin Elizabeth to proclaim the Good News she had received.  Like Mary, our public school teacher and staff members proclaim good news to the student in work and deed. 

Join us as we gather Catholics teaching and working in public schools and those who have retired for a time of retreat.  This is an opportunity to pray together, reflect on the good work God does through you, share a meal together, converse with others from across the Archdiocese.

The retreat is Saturday, January 28, 2023  from 8:30 AM until 1:30 PM.  It will held at Saint Joseph Seminary, 201 Seminary Road, Yonkers, NY. 

The registration fee is $35.00

For more information and to register visit https://bit.ly/CTPS2023 or contact Joe Long in the Archdiocesan Department of Youth Faith Formation at 646-794-2849.

Bulletin Announcement January 1,8,15

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The  Annual Retreat Day

Catholic Teachers and Staff Working in Public Schools

As a new year begins, we invite those parishioners and friends who teach and

work in public schools and those who have retired from working in public schools to join us for a time of retreat.

The retreat will be on Saturday, January 28 from 8:30 AM until 1:30 PM at Saint Joseph Seminary, 201 Seminary Road, Yonkers, NY.

Rev. William Cleary, vice rector of Saint Joseph Seminary, will be the retreat director.  He will be leading through a reflection on the Blessed Mother as a model for our work as evangelizers in the world.

Our time together will include Mass, Holy Hour, Conferences, time for personal prayer and Lunch.

The registration fee is $35.00

For more information and to register visit https://bit.ly/CTPS2023 or contact Joe Long in the Archdiocesan Department of Youth Faith Formation at 646-794-2849.

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