Just as in previous years, FDNY Battalion 57 marched from the World Trade Center, across the Brooklyn Bridge, to St. Joseph Co-Cathedral, Prospect Heights, to remember the fallen heroes of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
As school opens, there will be 115 new teachers in the classrooms of Catholic elementary schools in Brooklyn and Queens, 85 of whom are first-time teachers.
Catholics from the Caribbean put their pride on display as people from more than 30 countries celebrated Mass Sept. 3 and a block party at St. Matthew’s Church, Crown Heights.
As the new school year approaches, 13 Catholic academies and schools will have new principals. Many will be guiding faculties with first-time teachers.
The actor/author who was stabbed to death in Greenpoint Aug. 18 was an ardent Catholic who was particularly devoted to the Carmelite Monastery in Cypress Hills.
The SS. Joachim and Anne Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Coney Island celebrated its feast day in style.
Our Lady Queen of Martyrs parish, Forest Hills, marked the feast of St. John Vianney with a novena from Thursday, July 27 to Friday, Aug. 4. The last day of the novena coincided with the opening of the diocesan Year of Vocations.
Members of the Queens Coalition and Habitat for Humanity New York City put in flooring for a new home in Jamaica this past weekend.
This summer Cathedral Prep and Seminary, Elmhurst, is hosting the 50th year of its Father Troike Summer Leadership Program.
Catholic School teachers from Brooklyn and Queens, who were retiring or celebrating special anniversaries, were honored at a Teachers’ Recognition Mass and Celebration June 9 at the Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston.