More students across the Diocese of Brooklyn will be able to afford and attend Catholic schools during this academic year, thanks in part to grants provided by the Catholic Foundation for Brooklyn and Queens (CFBQ).
When twins Connor and Joseph Kelly set out to raise funds to support the Catholic hospital that had done so much for their older sister, they knew just how they wanted to help: with an old-fashioned lemonade stand.
The Diocese of Brooklyn, including clergy across Brooklyn and Queens, is remembering retired Auxiliary Bishop Guy A. Sansaricq upon his passing as “a man of heart, a man of peace.”
From their days playing CYO basketball, to moving onto AAU hoops and dreaming big on NCAA college courts, Christina Champagnie and her husband Ranford have been their twin sons’ biggest fans.
A staggered group of seven ecology interns and Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) volunteers lived on the 212-acre Brentwood property between the end of May and the beginning of August — pursuing their passions and making the Earth a greener place, one row of plants at a time.
Members of Boys Scouts of America Troop 376, sponsored by Our Lady of Grace Church in Gravesend, as well as community members from the parish and Catholic academy, spent August 7-9 cleaning up their ball field.
In the latest of vandalism attacks at churches in the Diocese of Brooklyn, a statue of St. Bernadette was found damaged outside St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church on August 17.
The legacy of Kaitlyn Rose Bernhardt, a beloved 15-year-old from St. Bernard Parish who passed away in 2018, lives on in Mill Basin, Brooklyn — and in a small rural village in India.
Mask wearing will be required by all students, faculty, and staff members in the 69 Catholic academies and parish schools across the Diocese of Brooklyn come September 8, the first day of school.
Children from St. Mark Catholic Academy came together to support an endowed scholarship that will benefit a future St. Joseph’s College student.