DeSales Media Group announced on Tuesday that long-time editor of The Tablet, Ed Wilkinson, will take on an expanded role within the company beginning in June.
More than 50 altar servers assisted at Midnight Mass on Christmas at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, Forest Hills.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio celebrated Mass and blessed the new Bishop Francis X. Ford, M.M. Center during his pre-Christmas visit to Cathedral Prep and Seminary, Elmhurst.
The strange and curious mystery of the monstrance found on the R train in Bay Ridge on Tuesday morning, Jan. 2, has been solved.
The Diocese of Brooklyn is sending buses to the 2018 March for Life in Washington, D.C. on Friday, Jan. 19. Individual parishes are also sponsoring buses.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio celebrated the Christmas Eve Family Mass at St. Bernard’s Church, Mill Basin, during which he blessed the parish’s manger and witnessed the Live Nativity scene presented by the children of the parish.
Efforts to combat America’s opioid crisis are poised to be at the forefront of the nation’s priorities this new year, and Catholic Charities recently launched an adolescent addiction treatment program for teenagers.
The 214th Celebration of Freedom took place Jan. 1 at SS. Joachim and Anne Church in Queens Village, with an afternoon Mass marking Haitian Independence Day. The Mass was said in Creole and followed by a festive luncheon featuring the pumpkin-based soup, Joumou.
Traditional Bengali Christmas hymns and carols were sung when the local Bengali Catholic community gathered for Christmas Mass at Queen of Angels Church, Sunnyside.
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