Hours after Dyker Heights seniors rallied with politicians to keep their senior center open at its current site, their request was granted. But the community’s conflict with the Mercy Sisters runs deeper than a lease agreement.
Schools invited to enjoy behind-the-scenes tours of MCU Park with the Brooklyn Cyclones.
Efforts to combat America’s opioid crisis are poised to be at the forefront of the nation’s priorities this new year, and Catholic Charities recently launched an adolescent addiction treatment program for teenagers.
This week’s Tablet TALK is a look back at 2017 in quotes.
The first snowfall of the season may have kept some city residents close to home last Saturday, but a few flakes didn’t stop devotees of Our Lady of Guadalupe from celebrating her feast at St. Matthias Church.
Dec. 8 – St. Mary Mother of Jesus, Bensonhurst, 8-8:30 p.m. Dec. 9 – St. Andrew the Apostle, Bay Ridge, 5:45 p.m. – Regina Pacis, Bensonhurst, 6 p.m. – St. Bernard, Mill Basin, 6 p.m. – St. Ephrem, Dyker Heights, 6 p.m. – Our Lady of Guadalupe, Dyker Heights, 6:30 p.m. – Sacred Hearts of […]
On the first Sunday of Advent, the diocesan ministry to Pakistani immigrants marked its 25th anniversary with an evening Mass, celebrated in English and Urdu, and a reception at Immaculate Heart of Mary parish in Windsor Terrace.
In response to the Department of Homeland Security’s recent announcement about Temporary Protective Status (TPS), Haitian Americans United for Progress Inc., will present an Emergency Immigration Townhall Meeting at Sacred Heart Auditorium, Cambria Heights, on Dec. 2, 6 to 8 p.m.
Regardless of their status under U.S. laws, local immigrants had no question about their status in the Church of Brooklyn and Queens last weekend: They felt welcomed as they came together to share faith in God and unity with each other at the diocesan Migration Day Mass, Nov. 18.
Local pastors enjoyed a foretaste of Christmas when Maimonides Medical Center, Borough Park, kicked off its annual Celebration of Light program Nov. 8.