As Brooklyn and Queens pilgrims arrived at the final and perhaps, most important days of their World Youth Day pilgrimage, they also reached the longest leg of their journey – walking at least seven miles for the evening prayer vigil with Pope Francis.
With the government shutdown more than a month old, volunteers unpacked thousands of dollars worth of food at St. Benedict the Moor Church in Jamaica, for a special effort organized by Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens.
About 300,000 people marched in the 46th annual March for Life in Washington D.C. Jan. 18.
It was their last official act of preparation before their spiritual and physical pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Panama – local pilgrims attended a Mass of Sending at the Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston.
Keeping traditions alive is what Brooklyn’s Three Kings Parade is all about.
The New York City Fire Department is mourning the loss of one of its bravest.
While flipping through a photo album, Angela Rose Scannapieco reflected on one of the most important days of her life. On Jan. 28, 2001, she became a consecrated virgin.
Skye Workman is a young woman on a mission – collecting hats to help cancer patients feel good about themselves.
Asked why there is still racism in the Church, Deacon Ernie Hart said, “Because we are all sinners and we don’t do what Jesus told us to do. …
For the last several years, during the last weeks of November, a row of red ribbons grows on the iron fence of St. Augustine parish in Park Slope. Each ribbon bears the name of a person who died of AIDS.