As the mother church of Ridgewood celebrated its 125th anniversary, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio compared the parish to the Holy Trinity.
During a special Mass of Inclusion for People with Disabilities, Father John Murray, C.Ss.R., pointed out that in the New Testament, Jesus was reluctant to cure physical illness but was always eager to cure spiritual illness.
A visiting Haitian priest tells of his parish’s recovery and what it’s like to work with From Here to Haiti.
Father Jordan said the government has started something, but the people of the community must not give up.
In Sheepshead Bay, Catholics and Jews cheerfully shared grape juice, matzoh and bitter herbs during a model Seder dinner.
SS. Peter and Paul, Williamsburg, bid farewell to Sister Peace S.S.V.M., who is receiving a new assignment from her order after serving the parish’s youth for the past six and a half years.
A Catholic priest has been found dead in northern Mexico, marking another attack on clergy in a country where the widespread violence of the past decade has not spared church leaders.
Pastors and community leaders from 35 churches gathered at Maimonides Medical Center to receive their annual contribution from the Celebration of Light Program.
Students made their broadcast debut at a small inaugural ceremony attended by Bay Ridge community leaders, professional media, teachers, fellow students and the woman who made it all possible: Maria Bartiromo.
“We have to support the veterans; otherwise, who will?” said Yolanda Trombetta. “Prayers are powerful, with the help of God many things can get done.”