“Experience of the Chinese Church in the 21st Century” will be the theme of the U.S. Catholic China Bureau’s 27th biennial national conference at St. John’s University, Jamaica, Aug. 11-13.
Mary Joyce-Bonsignore, 88, a parishioner of St. Finbar, Bath Beach, who had been missing for over a week was found dead a couple of blocks from her home July 25, said her pastor, Father Michael Gelfant.
At the end of a well-fought tug-of-war, 76 mud-caked teenagers jostled one another into a group photo with dozens of soaking wet young priests, shaving cream-spattered seminarians and lay leaders.
Pope Francis has named Auxiliary Bishop Nelson J. Perez of Rockville Centre, N.Y., to head the Diocese of Cleveland, Ohio.
HeartShare Human Services of New York honored two of Bill Guarinello’s passions – HeartShare and golf – when the nonprofit human services agency renamed its annual golf classic in honor of its president and CEO.
In a show of appreciation for the late Brendan J. Dugan ’68, former president of St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, friends of the college donated $375,000 at the first Brendan J. Dugan ’68 Memorial Meadow Brook Club Golf Outing in June.
Police have arrested a suspect who is believed to be the man who walked inside a Prospect Heights Church and threatened to kill a nun July 5.
From the outside, the unassuming building on Bleecker Street in Lower Manhattan still looks a lot like it did when it educated generations of Sicilian-American children as Our Lady of Loreto School
“Shelter in the City,” a NET-TV documentary on New York City’s homelessness epidemic, has been nominated for an Emmy Award. The 60th annual New York Emmy Awards dinner will be Saturday, May 6.
HeartShare Human Services raised $500,000 to benefit children and families at its Spring Gala and Auction at the New York Marriott Marquis last month.