It is a wonderfully frightening time to be a Catholic. These past weeks the Synod of Bishops meeting in Rome is grappling with difficult questions that touch upon all our lives.
The Cathedral Club of Brooklyn held its induction of new officers on June 19. Vincent LeVien, director of external affairs at DeSales Media Group, was installed as president.
Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Msgr. Kieran E. Harrington and several New York bishops and representatives from the states’ dioceses met with Governor Andrew Cuomo on June 1 to encourage them to pass a bill that would be key for the future of Catholic schools and other religious and independent schools in the state.
My dear brothers and sisters in the Lord, The Education Tax Credit bill is an idea whose time has come. For years, I have been a supporter along with Timothy Cardinal Dolan and the rest of the diocesan bishops across New York. The bill also counts as supporters Governor Andrew Cuomo and a majority of legislators in the State Senate and State Assembly.
Two busloads of parishioners embarked on a journey from Queens to Brooklyn, the “Borough of Churches,” to visit three historic structures.
Cars slowed and passersby paused to witness the exuberance emanating from St. Joseph Co-Cathedral as nearly 1,200 teenagers gathered for Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day.
Named in memory of Father Mychal Judge, O.F.M., this award will be presented to Msgr. Kieran E. Harrington, vicar for communications for the Diocese of Brooklyn at this year’s Great Irish Fair.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will preside over the installation of the Msgr. Kieran E. Harrington as the first Rector of the newly named Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph, 856 Pacific St., Prospect Heights, on Sunday, Sept. 15, at 12 p.m. St. Joseph’s was designated as a cathedral on Feb. 14, one of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s last […]
The Diocese of Brooklyn’s communications strategy took another giant leap forward recently when the two boards of directors overseeing print and broadcast operations met together for the first time and agreed to merge into one group. The board of directors of the 103-year-old Tablet Publishing Co. and the board of Trans Video Communications (TVC) voted […]