Retired Auxiliary Bishop Guy A. Sansaricq was honored on Oct. 5 by the Diocese of Brooklyn’s Haitian Apostolate at Our Lady of Miracles, Canarsie, for his 85th birthday and for his nearly 60 years of service as a priest.
As the Universal Church marked the solemnity of Christ the King and the closing of the Year of Mercy, Crown Heights’ residents gathered to commemorate the centennial of the first Mass celebrated in St. Gregory the Great Church.
Haitians in Elmhurst celebrated their patroness and queen under the title of Notre Dame du Perpetuel Secours (Our Lady of Perpetual Help) last Saturday, June 25. Auxiliary Bishop Guy Sansaricq offered a special Mass in the chapel of St. Bartholomew parish.
Diverse cultures, languages and people are what drew Haitian-born Father Gesson Agenis, 37, to be a priest for the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Almost 1,000 immigrants to Brooklyn and Queens joined Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio at the annual diocesan celebration of World Migration Day, April 30 at St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral, Prospect Heights.
“Let us give thanks for the opportunity for our two dioceses to celebrate our ancestry together for the first time in so many years,” said Darcel Whitten-Wilamowski.
Parishioners and clergy in Brooklyn and Queens gathered to observe the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday at Our Lady of Victory Church, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Jan. 18.
Fifteen new academies opened this fall and diocesan bishops have been visiting them to commemorate their first year.
Just as Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S. and the World Meeting of Families had come to an end and the Ordinary Synod of Bishops on the Family was about to begin, families from Brooklyn and Queens came together for a Diocesan Family Day at Xaverian H.S., Bay Ridge
All you need is Just a Touch of Faith, that was the message at this year’s Brooklyn Diocese Vicariate of Black Catholic Concerns Praise Prayer Brunch.