The Diocese of Brooklyn is marking June 4 as the start of “Thanksgiving in June,” a celebration of the success of the diocese’s religious education program.
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ: I regret to inform you the Archdiocese of Newark has notified me that a second allegation has been leveled by an individual claiming misconduct dating back 40 years. The attorney in both of these matters is Mitchell Garabedian. He is seeking a total of $40 million in these two […]
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio is strongly denying a second allegation by attorney Mitchell Garabedian that he abused a minor during his early ministry as a priest and says he is considering filing a defamation lawsuit against Garabedian.
The Class of 2020 includes more than 2,500 graduates from 17 Catholic high schools in Brooklyn and Queens. Each year, The Tablet recognizes one outstanding graduate from each school as a way of saluting that year’s entire class. The scholars profiled here are are young women and men who have distinguished themselves through academic achievement, Christian leadership and
The doors swung open at St. Patrick’s Church at precisely 12 noon on May 26 and its pastor, Father Gerard Sauer, was there to greet the first parishioners entering the church to pray. It had been a long time since any of them had seen the inside of the church, which, like all churches in the Diocese of Brooklyn, had been shut since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Julie Chen Moonves has come a long way from her days as a student at St. Francis Prep High School in Queens. But the CBS star is helping her old high school in a big way.
For the Knights of Columbus, Father Michael McGivney has always been viewed as a saint-like figure.
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.
The annual Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day took place on May 30, despite the coronavirus pandemic. The event was moved online and was presented on You Tube.
Currents News, the nightly program that delivers the news from a Catholic perspective, has won nine Telly Awards for excellence in journalism.