The long-delayed quest for an interfaith chapel at LaGuardia Airport — at one time estimated to be accomplished by the end of this year — won’t take flight until sometime next year, airline officials have indicated.
Father Félix Varela — the Cuban exile who 200 years ago landed in Manhattan to serve marginalized immigrants — received honors on Sept. 23 from the man who leads the national government and communist party of Cuba.
It’s all voices on deck each Thursday night at St. Kevin Parish where Steven Vaughan, director of music ministry, is preparing a choir to perform at the Diocesan Eucharistic Revival, Oct. 7, at Maimonides Park.
The papacy of Blessed John Paul I lasted just 34 days; but a series of achievements in his life have made “the smiling pope” a worthy candidate for sainthood.
There was no dismissal at a recent Friday evening Mass here; instead, the congregation streamed to the altar — wracked with pain of either body, mind, or both — but seeking prayer and hoping for miracles.
Around noon on Monday, Aug. 21, Central Park carriage driver Tom Quinn got a nuzzle on the face from his teammate, Murphy.
In return, Quinn gave a carrot to the robust, dark-brown horse, and then another, and another. Quinn, from Ireland, has happily worked with horses in the park for 28 years.
A distinct, freshly painted newness greeted students on Sept. 6 for the start of the school year at St. Brigid-St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Academy.
For 30 years, Gregorio and Rachel Romero gained comfort and strength from the statue of the Blessed Mother that stood outside the rectory of Mary’s Nativity-St. Ann Parish.
Georgetown University and the Jesuits recently made contributions worth $27 million to help achieve racial healing while providing educational opportunities for the descendants of slaves once owned by the order, according to announcements.
The clang of a single brass handbell has heralded daily routines at St. Michael’s Catholic Academy in Flushing at least since the 1950s.