After three meets this season, CYO awarded its outdoor track champions on May 22.
The Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) of Brooklyn and Queens held its third annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony May 20 at the Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston.
While all sports aid in the development of the body, mind and soul, swimming is the only sport that can directly save lives. In honor of National Water Safety Awareness Month, the local Swim Strong Foundation hosted its fourth annual Water Safety Awareness Day.
Margaret Grasso is a patient woman as any 100-year old person has the right to be. And in 2016 her patience paid off as she ended her 99-year wait to return to her Catholic faith at American Martyrs Church, Bayside.
Part singing superstar, part evangelist, John Michael Talbot came to the altar at American Martyrs parish in Bayside for a three-night revival.
This week’s Tablet TALK offers details about John Michael Talbot ministry events in Brooklyn and Queens, a prayer seminar for the healing of families, a Year of Mercy-themed evening of art and music and much more.
A Mass of Inclusion and Community Resource Fair for persons with disabilities and seniors will be held at American Martyrs parish, Bayside, on Sunday, April 10.
The Catholic Youth Organization has begun developing a diocesan-wide cheerleading program and hosted its first-ever Diocese of Brooklyn Cheerleading Showcase Feb. 27 at Msgr. McClancy M.H.S., East Elmhurst.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights two feast day celebrations, new programs at St. Brigid Catholic Academy in Bushwick, a memorial Christmas tree in Bellerose and much, much more.
What does Father Frank Schwarz, pastor of American Martyrs in Bayside, love most about his parish? “The people. They’re wonderful … very caring people, who love their parish and love God and want to do right,” he said.