Firefighters Never Forget 9/11

A solemn Mass to pay tribute to FDNY firefighters and all who lost their lives in the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks was held at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph, Prospect Heights.

Bengali-Speaking Catholics Honor St. Teresa of Calcutta

The yearly feast of St. Teresa of Calcutta on Sept. 5 is catching up among the faithful in the U.S. Church. In many churches throughout the Brooklyn Diocese and neighboring dioceses, statues of the saint are put up to promote devotion to this ‘saint of the gutters.’

Catholic J’Ouvert

Though the police officers did not allow anyone to go on the street to start the J’Ouvert portion of the West Indian Day Carnival Celebration until 3 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 3, Catholics started celebrating on Sunday afternoon in St. Matthew Church on Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights.

Hibernians Honor 9/11 Hero, Name New Division in Breezy

Fire Lieutenant Kevin C. Dowdell died in the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. He was one of 18 Ancient Order of Hibernians members from New York and New Jersey who lost their lives that tragic day.

SFC Innovate at Industry City

For college students to succeed in the modern economy, there is no substitute for hands-on experience. SFC Innovate, a new office dedicated to enhancing co-curricular experiences and career exploration has opened at Industry City. The office, a partnership between St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, and Ikove Venture Partners, gives St. Francis College students the opportunity to intern with startup companies and network with the hundreds of companies based in Industry City.