At the 117th annual dinner of The Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, Cardinal Timothy Dolan urged club members to be active in public policy debates and to bring their values to shaping modern society.
At Sunday Mass, Father Steve told the congregants that they should not wait until Ash Wednesday to plan how they would observe Lent. Now is the time. Many with good intentions wait until Lent begins and then before you know it, half the season is over and we haven’t even begun preparing for Easter Sunday.
I recently said that these are the most divisive times that I’ve lived through.
Local witnesses to life were told not to boast about their good works but to “boast in the Lord Jesus Christ about the work that they do every single day.”
As I watched the March for Life live on television, I was amazed at the amount of coverage in the social media. The Twitter world was abuzz with what was going in Washington D.C., Facebook was flush with photos, and Instagram showed the action as it was unfolding.
An alleged racial incident in Marine Park last weekend has drawn the attention of the neighborhood because it involved a white parishioner and a black priest.
Santo subito! Sainthood now!
That was the chant when Pope John Paul II’s coffin was carried through St. Peter’s Square. It very well could be our chant as we say goodbye to Detective Steven McDonald.
Brooklyn Auxiliary Bishop Neil Tiedemann, C.P., was welcomed back Jan. 7 to the parish where he had been pastor from 1998 to 2005.
While it may have been cold outside this week, the fires are heating up for the pro-life movement that is eagerly awaiting the Trump presidency.
As we began a new year, Haitians observed New Year’s Day as their Independence Day and they celebrated by drinking pumpkin soup. This coming weekend, Hispanics mark the Feast of the Epiphany. Part of that celebration will be the Parade of the Three Kings with live camels in Williamsburg.