It’s called the Dwelling Place. Founded in 1977 by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany, it’s a place for homeless women looking for […]
Pope Francis laments what he describes as a throwaway culture that ignores the plight of the poor. Currents correspondent Michelle Powers caught […]
Currents correspondent Michelle Powers has been looking into the religious, political and economic backgrounds of the first day of May.
Determined residents of one Brooklyn neighborhood are doing their best to work to help a Catholic academy. Currents correspondent Michelle Powers reports that […]
The Brooklyn Diocese is conducting its annual appeal which funds a number of vital activities. Bishop DiMarzio talked about it with New […]
New Yorkers need to answer an important question soon — who should lead their state’s government: the current governor, Andrew Cuomo or […]
Currents correspondent Konrad Aderer has a report on what’s being called “Tax Credit Tuesday.”
Stephen F. Auth, Equities CIO and EVP of Federated Investors, and Brenner LeCompte, CRPC, New York financial advisor and “Three to Get […]
Former Wall Street CEO James McDermott and his wife tell their story of power, alcoholism and redemption.
It’s possible that the answers to the country’s dire financial straights are not found only in economic textbooks and account ledgers. A […]