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Sacrifice in the City

Sacrifice in the City

By Louis Rodriguez, Contributing Writer

March 29, 2017


Filed under Features

In the midst of the Lent season, some Christian members of the NYU community describe what Lent is, what is means to them and what they're giving up.

Faith Leaders Praise NYU’s Religious Diversity Efforts

Faith Leaders Praise NYU’s Religious Diversity Efforts

By Faith Gates, Contributing Writer

October 13, 2016


Filed under Diversity at NYU, News, Top Story, University News

Faith leaders on campus praise NYU for its religious diversity.

Going Global: No tangible progress in combating Catholic sexual abuse

Going Global: No tangible progress in combating Catholic sexual abuse

March 7, 2014


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

It has been almost one full year since Pope Francis was elected to take Pope Benedict XVI’s place in the Vatican. He has been hailed by both the Catholic community and its critics for his openness to bringing much needed reform to the outdated ethos of the church. His forthcoming attitude has all...

NYU Reacts: Pope Francis’ advice for Catholic Church

NYU Reacts: Pope Francis’ advice for Catholic Church

September 23, 2013


Filed under News

In an interview published last week, Pope Francis surprised critics when he denounced the Roman Catholic Church’s focus on social issues like same-sex marriage and abortion. He urged his followers to return to the root of Catholicism: caring for the world’s most destitute. Alyssa Yurasits, a...

Spiritual life center to begin hosting open religious services

Spiritual life center to begin hosting open religious services

November 13, 2012


Filed under News

Starting this Wednesday, NYU’s Catholic Center will hold open religious services every other week for rest of the semester. The Catholic Center is housed within NYU’s new Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life that opened earlier this year. The evening services will be hosted by the Episcopal...