The Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) of Brooklyn and Queens held its annual girls’ volleyball championships on May 14 and division champions were crowned.
At Bishop Mugavero Residence for Retired Priests in Douglaston, there are currently 37 priests and bishops who have served their ministry for the Diocese of Brooklyn for a total of 1,907 years, ranging from 38 years ordained to 70 – an average of 53 years.
The Catholic Youth Organization boys’ swimming recently held its championships Jan. 9 at the Eisenhower Park Aquatic Center, East Meadow, L.I. The winners are…
Three new records were set at this year’s Catholic Youth Organization boys’ swim Olympics and The athletic department at St. Edmund Prep H.S., Sheepshead Bay, presented the fourth annual Jose Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship to junior Kaelyn Edwards.
Diocesan division winners of the CYO soccer season.
Check in here for the times of some local diocesan N.Y.C. Marathon runners.
The Catholic Youth Organization teamed up with St. John’s University, Jamaica, for a series of CYO nights this fall in which the young athletes got the chance to soak in the Division I college atmosphere.
Over 300 Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) members attended CYO Night at Citi Field in Flushing, the home of the New York Mets.
The diocesan Catholic Youth Organization crowned its 2015 girls’ volleyball champions May 3. Here are this year’s winners.
Dear Editor: I am a parishioner at Blessed Trinity in Breezy Point. All three of our priests are excellent homilists but I would like to recognize and give credit to Jim Ruoff, one of our deacons.
He is concise, clear and to the point. He gives background and often touches on all of the day’s readings to connect them and show their relevance to our lives as we live them.