Emmy Award-winning Fox News anchor, Kelly Wright, will be the featured performer at the Diocese of Brooklyn’s Christmas Concert outside the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph, Prospect Heights, Dec. 6.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams joined Muslim and Jewish leaders and other elected officials in offering moral and financial support to the Catholic community Dec. 4 after a vandal desecrated statues in front of Our Lady of Consolation Church, Williamsburg.
Selling Dorothy Day’s former New York parish to make way for luxury apartments would be a devastating blow to residents and former parishioners in a neighborhood threatened by gentrification, an American researcher said.
Auxiliary Bishop Octavio Cisneros was the special guest speaker of the evening “Félix Varela, On the 230th Anniversary of His Birth,” organized by the Cuban Cultural Center of New York, and celebrated Nov. 20 in the Church of the Transfiguration, Manhattan.
Celebrating the spirit of Thanksgiving, a Park Slope teacher and her students have been hard at work decorating bags that will soon be used to deliver God’s love and good food to thousands in the New York area.
Be a light for those less fortunate – Sister Ave Clark, O.P., encouraged those came out to honor her as she received the St. Catherine of Siena Award from her fellow Sisters of St. Dominic, Amityville, for her extraordinary outreach ministries.
Minutes before actress Ilana Glazer was scheduled to start a political
event at the Union Temple synagogue in Brooklyn, a custodian discovered anti-Semitic graffiti on the stairwells of the second and fifth floor of the building.
In the latest allegations of sexual abuse to hit the U.S Catholic Church, Bishop John Jenik, an auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of New York, has been accused of sexual abuse and is now under review by the Vatican.
The leading institution celebrates its 25th anniversary with a series of landmark exhibitions, including: “Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place.” This exhibit features more than 250 artifacts from a diverse provenance, tracing the material route of the universal practice of votive offering throughout centuries, cultures and geographies.
When Marc Weiner became eligible for a kidney transplant, Dawn Del Mastro-Chruma wanted to help. Being the president of a billboard company that advertises in Times Square enabled her to put out the call for a kidney donor in a big way – with a billboard that estimated 1.5 million people daily.