Mother Cabrini Shines as Example of Care for Immigrants

Faced with the harsh discrimination immigrants endure in the United States, one nun, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, frail but fierce, fought to help these marginalized in society with effects so miraculous, they could have been achieved only with the help of the Holy Spirit.  

In Solidarity, Local Catholic Youth Embrace Puerto Rico

Thirty-plus members of the Brooklyn Diocese’s Vicariate of Black Catholic Concern’s (VBCC) ambassador program arrived in Puerto Rico on July 1. Some of the members were out-of-state college students, and some, like Rajae Clarke, were returning to serve alongside their fellow youth ambassadors as alums of the program.

Remembering the Holocaust

More than 40 eighth grade students from local Queens schools, including Wieczorek, participated in the “Names, Not Numbers” program. The program was created by educator, Dr. Tova Fish-Rosenberg.The project is described as an interactive, multimedia Holocaust oral history documentary.

Celebrating Corpus Christi in Flatbush

Father Raphael Munday, administrator, and Father Anselmus Mawusi, parochial vicar, led St. Catherine of Genoa parishioners in procession with the Blessed Sacrament in East Flatbush on the solemnity of Corpus Christi, June 23.

DeSales Media Group Racks Up 50 CPA Awards

The Tablet, Nuestra Voz, NET-TV and DeSales Media Group took home a total of 50 Catholic Press Association awards, including Best TV Station (NET-TV), Best Multimedia Package and Best Reporting on Vocations to Priesthood, Religious Life or Diaconate.

St. Pius X on the Rebound After Fire

St. Pius X, Rosedale, whose church was ravaged by a fire on June 16, is showing the world that it’s the faith of its parishioners that makes a community, not a building.