Pope Francis has stressed the need for all of us to “walk with migrants.” This means not to solve everyone’s problems, but rather to accompany migrants in their journeys in life.
The Country’s Need for Foreign-Born Religious Workers Is Vital for the Church
The U.S. immigration system should meet the needs of our communities and nation, but it often fails to do so.
CCBQ Cuts Ribbon For Pope Francis Apartments at Loreto
When Denise Robinson was shown an apartment unit at the Catholic Charities Pope Francis Apartments at Loreto, she knew she had found a new home.
An Immigration Policy in the Name of the National Interest
Can our broken immigration system be reformed? I believe it can be reformed to meet our nation’s labor, family reunification, and humanitarian goals, and it can be done on the basis of sound information.
Efforts by Church Organizations at Border are Simply Humanitarian
Recently, the border situation in Texas has prompted a number of lawsuits against the Diocese of Brownsville and its Catholic Charities.
Bishop’s Call to Cathedral Club
In his first address to The Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, Bishop Robert Brennan told its members that their main mission is “to make saints.”
Msgr. Marino Retires After 49 Years of Service
At St. Rosalia-Basilica of Regina Pacis Parish at the border of Bensonhurst and Dyker Heights, Mass is celebrated each week in English, Italian, Mandarin, and Spanish. Msgr. Ronald Marino grew up in a family of Italian heritage just a few blocks from the basilica.
U.S. Bishops’ Fall Assembly Gets a ‘Boost’ From Face-to-Face Meetings
The annual fall meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in Baltimore came and went last week without controversy and with renewed camaraderie among the nation’s Church leaders.
A Look at Bishop DiMarzio’s Ministry to the Faithful of Brooklyn & Queens
Bishop DiMarzio’s “A Legacy of Service” timeline takes a look back at his years of ministry to the faithful of Brooklyn and Queens.
Catholic Charities Raises $1.5M for Those in Need
Personal tributes and reminders of every Catholic’s mission to meet brothers’ and sisters’ needs energized the 2021 Bishop’s Humanitarian Award Dinner on Sept. 30.