From the Declaration of the Relationship of the Church to Non-Christian Religions:
Likewise, other religions found everywhere try to counter the restlessness of the human heart, each in its own manner, by proposing “ways,” comprising teachings, rules of life, and sacred rites. The Catholic Church rejects nothing that is true and holy in these religions. She regards with sincere reverence those ways of conduct and of life, those precepts and teachings which, though differing in many aspects from the ones she holds and sets forth, nonetheless often reflect a ray of that Truth which enlightens all men. Indeed, she proclaims, and ever must proclaim Christ “the way, the truth, and the life” (John 14:6), in whom men may find the fullness of religious life, in whom God has reconciled all things to Himself.(4)
As the Council Fathers have written, there are many “true and holy” things that can be found in non-Christian religions. Unfortunately, these are the things most often labeled “New Age”. For example, there is some wisdom in the Tao Te Ching and in other Eastern religions and helps balance out the primacy of logic and science in the western mind.
However, any mention of Eastern Philosophy many times gets immediately shouted down as “New Age! New Age!”.
To be sure, not all Eastern thought is good, just as not all western thought is, but too often the baby gets tossed out with the bathwater.
So, do I consider myself “new age”? No. I am Catholic, through and through.