Knights, Nuns Lauded For Pro-Life Witness and Works

When the Long Island Chapter of the Knights of Columbus of Kings and Queens counties rededicated itself to the fight in defense of every human life at its Pro Vita Mass this year, they were one council stronger.  

Catholic Charities Helps Furloughed Gov’t Workers

With the government shutdown more than a month old, volunteers unpacked thousands of dollars worth of food at St. Benedict the Moor Church in Jamaica, for a special effort organized by Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens.

Barrier Breaking State AG Joins MLK Commemoration

Newly elected New York State Attorney General Letitia James joined Christ the King High School in Middle Village for its commemoration of the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Rooted in Jesus, Dr. King Devoted His Life to Justice

“It is all rooted in Jesus – Dr. King was a Christian and he preached all the qualities that Christ the Lord preached in his time,” said Father Alonzo Cox, diocesan coordinator of the Vicariate of Black Catholic Concerns.

Laicized B’klyn Priest Still Cause for Concern

Christopher Lee Coleman, 62, is not a priest of the Brooklyn Diocese – or any Roman Catholic diocese. He hasn’t been since 2014. But his recent postings on social media raised a red flag for diocesan officials who want to ensure that the faithful understand who and what Coleman is – and is not.

2018 Keep Christ in Christmas Art Contest Winners

For weeks leading into Christmas, more than 500 entries poured into the Tablet Newspaper offices filled with colorful pieces of artwork created by students from Catholic academies, high schools and churches from around the diocese. Once again, handcrafted as labors of love, the young artists’ work showcased how they keep Christ in the Christmas season.