A religious deli owner in Borough Park who started giving food and shelter to homeless men 15 years ago is still providing help, despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three men, one from Ghana, one from Haiti and one from the Philippines, officially joined the ranks of the priesthood of the Diocese of Brooklyn on Feb. 24.
Easter morning prayer at St. Sebastian’s, Woodside, and the blessing of the Easter baskets at St. Frances de Chantal, Borough Park.
Palm-making is one of the most interesting Polish Easter traditions. Palm displays are made out of colorful flowers, dried grasses, evergreens or pussy willow branches, decorated with tissue paper and bows. They can be different sizes, but the highest are over 30 yards tall. In many regions of Poland, competitions for the most beautiful, decorative […]
by Marie Elena Giossi Cloistered away in a monastery in Borough Park, the Sisters Adorers of the Precious Blood and Servants of the Lord and the Virgin of Matará Sisters (S.S.V.M.) minister unseen at the service of God and their brothers and sisters. More than a dozen Precious Blood Sisters and Sister Servants, […]
by Antonina Zielinska To commemorate the 95th anniversary of the first apparition of Our Lady of Fatima and on the 31st anniversary of the first attempt on the life of Blessed John Paul II, polish clergy and faithful gathered in St. Frances de Chantal church, Borough Park, to venerate a relic of the late Polish […]