The “human chain” in Williamsburg Sunday was the latest solidarity collaboration between Annunciation Roman Catholic Church, a Lithuanian parish, and Holy Ghost Ukrainian Catholic Church. The relationship began when Russian troops moved into the eastern European nation on Feb. 24.
Sister Rosalie Kaseta, O.S.F, a Sister of St. Francis of the Providence of God, Pittsburgh, Pa., for 75 years, died at Presbyterian Senior Care in Oakmont, Pa., on Sept. 11. She was 91.
Former Lithuanian Head of State Vytautas Landsbergis joined Lithuanian Catholics for Mass and a parish fair for the feast of St. Casimir, patron of Lithuania, at the Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Williamsburg, March 5.
The new ranks and members from the Diocese of Brooklyn are:
This week’s Tablet TALK features a new Divine Mercy image in Williamsburg, highlights a Tenebrae service held in Flatbush, an upcoming event for job seekers, details for the VBCC gala and much more.
Young adults from the Our Lady of Mount Carmel /Annunciation Youth Ministry brought gifts and Christmas cheer to the homebound of Williamsburg.
This week’s Tablet TALK features a visiting Lithuanian dignitary in Williamsburg, a new postulant from Hollis, a health fair in Fresh Meadows, details about 9-11 tributes in Brooklyn and much, much more.
Lithuanian Bishop Visits Williamsburg Auxiliary Bishop Kestutis Kevalas of the Archdiocese of Kaunas, Lithuania, visited the Lithuanian community of Annunciation parish, Williamsburg, on Jan. 18 to commemorate Lithuanian Defenders of Freedom Day. Bishop Kevalas concelebrated a solemn Mass and welcomed new members of the Lithuanian Catholic Youth Organization “Ateitis,” which arranged for the bishop’s visit […]