As a teen in this modern-day society, it gets increasingly difficult to maneuver around one’s day-to-day life. It is plastered all over the media how teens and youth in general, constantly come toppling down on their cracked support systems.
This week’s Tablet TALK features iPad learning in diocesan schools, a Woodside woman marking 50 years in the Catholic Daughters of America, details on an upcoming Diocesan Ultreya and much more.
At the turn of the century, when faced with a crumbling and stripped-down former convent building at All Saints, Williamsburg, then-pastor Father Donald Kenna, could have shown interest in the proposal to convert the property into a fitness center.
Every June, The Ultreya de Campo, organized by El Cursillo de Cristiandad, offers an opportunity to step away from the city hustle and travel to the countryside to enjoy a day praying with our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Congratulations to the 2017 Winners for ‘Christ is Risen’ Easter Art Contest – High School Division.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights a seminar on women’s health and fertility, a sacred sites open house, spring planting in Queens, an upcoming multicultural celebration and more.
The Tablet, with the collaboration of Archbishop John Hughes Knights of Columbus Council No. 481, invited youth from Brooklyn and Queens to participate in the annual “Christ Is Risen Art Contest.”
Sister Ann Helen Seguljic, I.H.M., 86, formerly Sister M. St. Ignatius of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary died Jan. 21, at Our Lady of Peace Residence, Scranton, Pa.
Williamsburg hosted the 20th annual Brooklyn Three Kings Parade on Sunday, Jan. 8.
I am 15 years old and thanks to the good teachings of my parents, I love the Catholic church. The Catholic church is my second mother because it teaches me, educates me, and reenforces my faith.