On the eve of Mother’s Day, hundreds of Catholics came together in Bayside to honor their mother – the Blessed Mother under the title of Our Lady of Antipolo.
United by the Holy Rosary, Knights of Columbus in the diocese and around the state raised their hearts and voices in prayer for the domestic church earlier this month.
After joyously entering the Church at the Easter Vigil, the question on the minds of many newly initiated Catholics is: What comes next?
Seven years ago, St. Augustine Church in Park Slope and St. Andre Church in Dufort, Haiti, formed a twinning partnership, and their bonds grow deeper every year through the ongoing efforts of St. Augustine’s Haiti Support Group.
Hundreds of residents lined the streets of Bayside as the neighborhood held its inaugural St. Patrick’s Day Parade down Bell Blvd. on March 24.
Named for Jesus’ friend who busied herself with the duties of hospitality, Martha’s Ministry is an initiative at St. Saviour Church, Park Slope, to get churchgoers to take stewardship for parish activities.
NYPD Deputy Chief Charles M. Scholl of Patrol Borough Brooklyn South received the inaugural Bishop Thomas V. Daily Memorial Award at the NYPD Brooklyn and Queens Holy Name Society’s 98th annual Communion Mass and Breakfast March 11.
Never baptized in any Christian tradition, these catechumens – as they are called – are enrolled in the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA), and will enter the Church at the Easter Vigil, March 31, in their home parishes.
Longtime Marine Park residents Jack and Mary Tuohy are marking a milestone on Monday, Feb. 19 – they’re celebrating 73 years of marriage.
A standing-room-only crowd filled St. Thomas Aquinas Church as the Flatlands faithful honored two beloved pastors on the feast of the parish patron.