For its centennial, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio joined Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal parish to celebrate the past and emphasize the importance of the future.
The donkey brayed and kicked as St. Francis of Assisi announced the birth of Jesus outside of St. Adalbert Church on Dec. 2.
The northmost Catholic parish of Brooklyn built by Polish immigrants 100 years ago, celebrated its anniversary Nov. 19 with a multi-lingual standing-room-only Mass.
The people at the parish of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Jamaica are making sure that their church not only thrives on a strong spiritual foundation, but also on a physically sound one.
The members of the Congregation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri, who have ministered in Brooklyn since 1990, have moved into a new home – Assumption rectory in Brooklyn Heights.
St. Nicholas Tolentine, originally a small country church serving half the local population of about 100 people in what is now Jamaica, Queens, is marking its 100th birthday.
In a continued effort to honor those who have sacrificed for the good of St. Rosalia Church, Bensonhurst, Msgr. Ronald Marino, is making sure the religious artifacts from the now-closed church find a suitable new home.
At the annual Polish Heritage Mass in St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral, bishops, priests and lay people honored the Mother of God, as the Queen of Poland, on the 300th anniversary of her crowning.
At the turn of the century, when faced with a crumbling and stripped-down former convent building at All Saints, Williamsburg, then-pastor Father Donald Kenna, could have shown interest in the proposal to convert the property into a fitness center.
As Italian Catholics from throughout the diocese gathered for their annual heritage celebration, it was St. Therese Little Flower who led the way.