Hiroko Kusuda, an immigration lawyer, received the Humanitarian Service Award from the Center for Migration Studies. The organization gave her the honor at its recent gala in lower Manhattan.
Manhattan-based Center for Migration Studies, during its gala on Nov. 9, honored scholars and a nonprofit organization founded by a Brooklyn family for their work benefitting modern-day immigrants.
In the age of globalization, when goods and services circulate freely between countries, the concept of labor migration needs to be examined. While we encourage the movement of goods and services, our country has difficulty with the movement of human beings who seek to fill important jobs in our economy.
Nearly 20 major storms marked the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, and the Diocese of Brooklyn spent much of the summer conducting special collections for some of the relief efforts.
This is Bishop Emeritus Nicholas DiMarzio’s full homily from the Columbus Day Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan on October 10, 2022.
Deacon Jaime Varela is the driver for the Bishop of Brooklyn. His job title is Assistant to the Ordinary of the Diocese — in this case, the “ordinary” is Bishop Robert Brennan. It’s a job Deacon Varela loves.
Bishop Emeritus Nicholas DiMarzio’s leadership was honored Feb. 10 by Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens when it attached his name to CCBQ’s first affordable housing structure for low-income senior citizens. It is now called the Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio Residence.
Anthony Hughes is among a half-dozen conscientious people on the Survivors Advisory Committee for the Diocese of Brooklyn. He represented the survivors community at the installation of Bishop Robert J. Brennan.