Marriage is sadly misunderstood in today’s world. We have confused the contract of marriage with the sacrament of marriage.
Bishop Robert Brennan visited Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Queens this week to celebrate Catechetical Sunday. The Mass focused on faith-formation studies that allow children in public schools to learn about the Church and its teachings.
On Sept. 7, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, offered the Mass of the Holy Spirit to inaugurate the beginning of a new academic year at Saint Joseph’s Seminary in Yonkers, New York.
On the hallowed 21st anniversary of 9/11, we find some survivors are still being victimized. The culprit, in this case, is Congress.
Once again, Labor Day is upon us and, with that celebration, the “end” of the summer season.
As soon as one arrives in Staten Island from the Brooklyn side of the Bridge, one immediately finds oneself on Father Vincent Capodanno Boulevard.
The war of words between Mayor Eric Adams and Texas Governor Greg Abbott over the busing of migrants from the Texas-Mexico border to New York City began as petty politicking but is now bordering on the obscene.
In what can only be described as a “beautiful celebration,” a Mass on Sunday, August 14 at 2 p.m. will be held to honor 200 years of Saint James.
There has been much happening at the Vatican lately. Indeed, it’s been rather a large “shakeup” by Pope Francis in the offices there. It is more than simply renaming offices from “congregations” and “pontifical councils” to “dicasteries,” but truly rethinking the roles and functions of these offices, along with increased roles for women in the Vatican.
When we think of pilgrimages, we think of holy places like the Vatican, Rome and its many churches, the Holy Land in Israel, the many shrines we can encounter in Mexico, Canada, Ireland, France, and Spain. But, in our own Diocese of Brooklyn, there are also many places where you can go on pilgrimage.