The Little Sisters of the Poor celebrated their 150th anniversary of coming to the United States with a Mass of thanksgiving April 9 at St. Nicholas of Tolentine, Jamaica.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio began his Holy Week observances in Resurrection Church, Gerritsen Beach.
NYPD Deputy Chief Charles M. Scholl of Patrol Borough Brooklyn South received the inaugural Bishop Thomas V. Daily Memorial Award at the NYPD Brooklyn and Queens Holy Name Society’s 98th annual Communion Mass and Breakfast March 11.
Sara Nespoli runs the faith formation program at SS. Simon and Jude parish, Gravesend. She is just months away from receiving a master’s degree in theology from St. Joseph Seminary. Sara believes her studies are an invaluable asset in teaching children and adults about the Catholic faith.
Finding a just solution for the so-called Dreamer-immigrants in the United States must be part of a larger reform of immigration policy in the country, said Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio recently named Mrs. Jasmine Salazar – Hispanic mother and wife – as the new vice chancellor of the Diocese of Brooklyn. She is the first laywoman to be named vice chancellor of the diocese.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio celebrated the Christmas Eve Family Mass at St. Bernard’s Church, Mill Basin, during which he blessed the parish’s manger and witnessed the Live Nativity scene presented by the children of the parish.
Eight hundred people were on hand for the annual Bishop’s Christmas Luncheon that raises scholarship money for Catholic schools in Brooklyn and Queens.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will bless the Nativity crèche and light the largest ever Christmas tree displayed in Prosect Park on Monday, Dec. 11, at 4 p.m.
Dear Editor: Gratitude and thanks are due to Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, Msgr. Jamie Gigantiello, Paul Morisi and the Generations of Faith Fund.