Trusting in God is the greatest thing one can do. Will you listen for the call?
The Tablet asks students from around the Diocese of Brooklyn a question for the opinion section of the Youth page.
In less than two weeks, Matthew and Stephanie Zinser and their three young sons are leaving everything behind their families, jobs and Glendale home – to answer the call to live as missionary disciples.
Each year, The Tablet recognizes one outstanding graduate from each school as a way of saluting that year’s entire class. The scholars profiled here are young women and men who have distinguished themselves through academic achievement, Christian leadership and community involvement.
The Tablet All-Scholastic Team 2017 – Aidan Peter Birth
“Teens talk to teens differently,” said Paron. “That’s why high school journalism matters.You can talk to other young people and get a story that no one else can get. If you’re not talking to them, that means 26 percent of the population isn’t getting their voice heard and part of the tenet in journalism is to be a voice to the voiceless.”
Father Joseph G. Fonti decided to celebrate his 25th anniversary of ordination with a day out at the ballpark.
When Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio conducted his annual vocation retreat at Immaculate Conception Pastoral Center, Douglaston, several students from Cathedral Prep and Seminary, Elmhurst, attended. The Tablet asked three of them to share their reactions.
After another exciting season of CHSAA hoops action, here are the 2016-2017 Brooklyn/Queens boys’ high school basketball all-stars.
More than 25 students and alumni attended Project Andrew, an initiative that gives young men the opportunity to learn more about the priesthood by joining one of the Diocesan Bishops and other seminarians from the Brooklyn Diocese.