Father James “Jim” Goode wore many hats during his nearly 50 years in the priesthood.
Come next fall, two Brooklyn bishops will lead prominent committees within the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. On Nov. 14, Bishop Robert Brennan and Auxiliary Bishop James Massa were elected to lead the USCCB Committees on Cultural Diversity in the Church and Doctrine, respectively.
After spending 26 years in the Diocese of Rockville Centre, the Thea Bowman Mass Choir has returned to its Diocese of Brooklyn roots. Founder-director Darcel Wilamowski points out that it is the first Catholic gospel choir in the U.S.
Eliseo Ilarraza, who has had symptoms of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) for 21 years doesn’t let anything stop him. He recently added an MBA from the University of Dayton to his collection of diplomas.
DoorDash and Uber Eats conveniently deliver people’s favorite foods to their doorstep. But a group of religious sisters is bringing something better to people’s homes — food for the soul.
John Alexander, The Tablet’s marketing and circulation manager, visited the winners at their schools on Wednesday, Nov. 1, to present them with giant facsimiles of checks with their names emblazoned in bold letters. The youngsters, who glowed with pride during the presentations, will get the real checks in short order.
The Mass for Deceased Clergy, an annual tradition in the Diocese of Brooklyn, was celebrated Nov. 7 at the Immaculate Conception Center in Douglaston.
God needs more workers to toil in his vineyard, so they’re putting up the “Help Wanted” sign at St. Bartholomew Church.
Veterans in Coney Island are getting ready to enlist, not in the military, but in a bagel shop set to open in early 2024.
The process of becoming a priest is more than prayer, study, and reflection — at least it is for a handful of seminarians who, under the auspices of the Archdiocese of Boston, took to the basketball court to grow in their understanding of vocation and brotherhood.