Bishop Sansaricq Welcomes Back the Baptized

On Easter Sunday, teens and adults of different backgrounds will complete their sacraments of initiation with First Communion and Confirmation, becoming full members of the Catholic Church.

Generations of Faith Funds Renovations in Ridgewood

In its renewed beauty, Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Church (OLMM) is a testament of the living hearts of Mary and Jesus beating in salvation of the people, said Auxiliary Bishop James Massa.

Doctor Questions When A Life No Longer Matters

A change in the mindset of the medical community, shifting a doctor’s responsibility from the good of the patient to the good of the group, has wrought deadly consequences, a Catholic medical doctor warned parishioners in Queens.

Knights, Nuns Lauded For Pro-Life Witness and Works

When the Long Island Chapter of the Knights of Columbus of Kings and Queens counties rededicated itself to the fight in defense of every human life at its Pro Vita Mass this year, they were one council stronger.  

Borough Park Polish School Celebrates Silver Jubilee

A little Polish school in Borough Park, which started off as a religious education program for St. Frances de Chantal parish, has over the past 25 years gained international renown, even performing a concert for Pope John Paul II in the Vatican.