The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) recognized Providencia Quiles, the president and acting principal of Nazareth Regional High School, for her leadership in keeping the co-ed Catholic high school open, up, and running for the last nine years.
Two longtime conservative voices in New York City tore into each other on March 31, in a raucous two-hour debate over who should be the Republican Party’s nominee in this year’s election for mayor.
Retired NYPD officer Bill Pepitone, a Brooklyn native, is a registered Republican campaigning for mayor, but he won’t be the GOP’s nominee. Instead, Pepitone has won the nomination of the Conservative Party of New York State.
The 9 a.m. Spanish Mass has outgrown the Basilica of Regina Pacis, so a second Mass will be at 7:30 a.m. Sundays, starting April 11. Msgr. Ronald T. Marino, the pastor, said word is getting out that people can finally return safely to Sunday Mass, especially in the Spanish community, which is packing the basilica each week.
Easter isn’t over yet! Eastertide, or the Paschal Season as it is sometimes called, is the 50-day period that begins on Easter Sunday and lasts until Pentecost Sunday.
Theresa Bonopartis, who had an abortion when she was a teenager, has dedicated her life to helping women heal from the trauma of abortion so that they can become closer to God and move forward with their lives.
According to the Department of Health, more than 867,000 people have contracted the virus and parts of Brooklyn and Queens have been COVID-19 hotspots. All of those who died in the pandemic or continue to suffer are remembered every day by Stanley Davis, who performs a special task to ensure that everyone in his Bedford-Stuyvesant community remembers them, too.
Though a secular Easter basket is often filled with chocolates and jellybeans, the contents found within a Polish Easter basket hold deeper religious meanings.
The newly-formed Main Street Patrol deploys more than 60 volunteers who wear purple surgical masks as they walk the streets of Flushing, Queens, watching for anti-Asian hate crimes. The volunteers are trained to intervene without becoming physically involved.
Going into the final stretch of The Tablet’s Covid Relieve Fundraiser for Catholic Schools this past week, Msgr. David Cassato — pastor of St. Athanasius-St. Dominic Church, vicar for Catholic Schools, and New York Police chaplain — encouraged students to sell their subscriptions in a series of short videos which were sent out to all the participating schools to share on their social media platforms.