Machete-Wielding Hunter College Adjunct Turns Herself Into NYPD

Pro-life students who were both verbally and physically confronted by an adjunct professor livid at them for handing out pamphlets at Hunter College are speaking out about the harrowing incident, saying they were shaken by her tirade but were determined to continue advocating for the unborn.

St. Patrick’s Has Long History Of Ministry to Fort Hamilton

The old World War II saying, “There are no atheists in foxholes,” might be clever, but it also speaks to the deep faith held by many members of the military. Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jason McGhie, a member of the U.S. Army National Guard stationed at the Fort Hamilton Army Base in Bay Ridge considers his Catholic faith to be a central part of his life.

Diocesan Students Outscore Public School Counterparts in Reading

When Mayor Eric Adams announced that New York City’s public schools will be revamping the way they teach children to read and bringing back phonics, you couldn’t blame principals in the Diocese of Brooklyn if they chuckled a little. Catholic schools have been using the tried-and-true method for years.

O Brother, Where Art Thou? Serving the Diocese, As Always

They’re unsung heroes of the Diocese of Brooklyn, quietly working away from the spotlight. And that’s just the way they like it. But they perform other services, including social work, health care, and feeding the hungry in soup kitchens.

Sacred Heart Kids Give Villagers Clean Water

Kaya Bednarczuk is one of several members of the St. Gabriel Society, a youth group at Sacred Heart Church in Glendale, who raised money for a project to dig a well in the Ghanaian village of Adzonkor to provide fresh water to residents there.