Sometimes, carrying a lot of weight on your shoulders and feeling small can be a really big thing. Anyone who hikes, camps, or backpacks knows that feeling.
“Try to follow suit.” It’s a piece of advice that can serve you well not just in a game of dominoes but also in life.
In the diocese of immigrants, an old-school trend is welcoming in a new-school crowd.
The Superintendent of Schools for the Brooklyn Diocese has announced plans for a September reopening of Catholic academies and parish schools, contingent upon a decision by Governor Andrew Cuomo on the reopening of New York public schools.
“You learn not from what people say, but what you see around all the time.” Days away from her 100th birthday, Sister Canis Walsh, R.S.H.M. is looking back on everything she’s learned, everyone she’s met, and everything she’s seen during her century on this earth.
MANHATTAN — In the weeks following the death of George Floyd, people of all backgrounds have taken to social media, their social circles, and, despite a pandemic, even the streets to grapple with the realities of how today’s culture impacts the black community. The Tablet reached out to black Catholic youths in the Diocese of […]
At a time when hospitals are facing shortages of personal protective equipment, beds, and staff, the newest generation of healthcare professionals is stepping in, getting creative, and filling in the gaps.
For local non-profit Reconnect Brooklyn, the upcoming summer season would normally mean a wave of work for the young men who have picked up the skill of screen-printing t-shirts.
Mash, fry, boil, hash — there are so many things you can do with a potato. At a time when many of us are likely making our way through that list amid stay-at-home orders, online school, and canceled Masses, it might bare considering: “If you can do all this with a potato, think of all God can do with you.”
Often, hospital chaplains focus on ministering and supporting patients and families as they battle illness and undergo surgery.