Regional winners from Brooklyn and Queens competed in the Diocesan Religion Bee at the Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston, May 8. Auxiliary Bishop Paul Sanchez, presented awards to the winners.
The Xavier Society for the Blind has empowered Sharleen Kraft with tools to expand her service to the Church. Now she sits on the society’s newly formed advisory group.
On the eve of Mother’s Day, hundreds of Catholics came together in Bayside to honor their mother – the Blessed Mother under the title of Our Lady of Antipolo.
“I’m just a loyal member of the church who is trying hard to tell the story of Catholics in Brooklyn and Queens.”
The Tablet Editor Ed Wilkinson described himself in those words after receiving the St. Francis de Sales Distinguished Communicator Award at the 27th annual diocesan celebration of the World Communications Day, May 9.
Mother’s Day Mass became a massive multicultural celebration at the Shrine Church of St. Gerard Majella.
United by the Holy Rosary, Knights of Columbus in the diocese and around the state raised their hearts and voices in prayer for the domestic church earlier this month.
One of the nation’s longest serving diocesan newspaper editors was honored on Wednesday for his commitment to what Pope Francis has termed a “journalism for peace.”
A Catholic priest, a Jewish hospital executive, a police chief and a Brooklyn businessman were the recipients of the Bishop’s Good Scout Award April 1 at the annual scouting Awards Dinner.
Parents, children and guests gathered around exhibits to listen as young researchers discussed their findings at St. Anselm Catholic Academy’s SACA STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering and Math) Fair in Bay Ridge. Some exhibits offered a hands-on learning experience.
Nassau County police have announced the arrest of a suspect in last November’s murder of Rockville Centre Deacon Patrick Logsdon.