Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio celebrated the annual Sisters and Brothers Jubilee Mass on the Sixth Sunday of Easter, May 21, at the Immaculate Conception Center in Douglaston.
A Queens judge deferred from making any new decisions in the ongoing dispute between the Diocese of Brooklyn and Christ the King H.S., when both parties met in court on June 13.
Msgr. Michael J. Hardiman, pastor of St. Patrick Church, Bay Ridge, recalled Bishop Emeritus Thomas V. Daily as a “good man and a great role model. He was one of my best teachers,” he said.
Ask sixth graders at Queen of All Saints Catholic Academy in Fort Greene to name their favorite subject in school, and the overwhelming response will be math.
Our Lady of Fatima parish, East Elmhurst, hosted two bishops and several hundred parishioners and visitors during celebrations marking the centennial of the Blessed Mother’s appearance to three shepherd children in Fatima.
The country’s only church under the protection of St. Benedict Joseph Labre is marking its 125th year in Richmond Hill.
Grateful for God’s mercy, the parish of Divine Mercy in Williamsburg celebrated its patronal feast, April 23.
Close to 1,000 Italian-Americans participated in the annual Good Friday street procession in Whitestone. This year, the evening program began for the first time at St. Mel’s Church, Flushing, and concluded at St. Luke’s Church, Whitestone.
Good Shepherd parishioner Arlene Panicello-Cosgrove once prayed for artistic ability. Today, she uses the gift she received to give glory to God and help the cause closest to her heart.
Seven decades of faith, education and love – that is the legacy the Holy Union Sisters have left to the people of Astoria as their ministry at Immaculate Conception parish came to a close this spring.