In January, the Supreme Court ruled that a Trump administration order that makes it easier for the government to block immigrants from obtaining admission into the United States, or gaining residency status, can be enforced until a final court ruling is issued.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio was the main celebrant, and the concelebrants included Auxiliary Bishops Witold Mroziewski, the diocese’s vicar for migrant and ethnic apostolates, and Raymond Chappetto, as well as at least 50 priests representing different ethnic groups in the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Immigrants from the various ethnic ministries of the Diocese of Brooklyn gathered for the annual Migration Day Mass with Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph, Prospect Heights, Dec. 1.
Eat, drink and join the conversation with other young adults at Theology on Tap, Oct. 15 at Mojave Restaurant in Astoria. Arrive by 7 p.m.
Thirty-three people from the various ethnic ministries in Brooklyn and Queens were honored by the Diocesan Migration Services at its annual Shining Stars Dinners held Oct. 6 and 13 at Gargiulo’s in Coney Island.
Join Catholic Migration Services and the Rent Justice Coalition to advocate for apartment dwellers at a Rent Guideline Board (RGB) Hearing on Monday, June 19, 5-8 p.m. at Founders Hall of St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights.
A naturalization workshop with Catholic Migration Services is scheduled at the Queens Central Library, Jamaica, on Tuesday, May 9, 2-6 p.m.
Catholic Migration Services is hosting a Naturalization Workshop at the Brooklyn Borough President’s Office on Jan. 28 for those who want to apply for citizenship.
Catholic Migration Services conducted two dinners on successive Fridays to honor the recipients of this year’s Shining Star Awards presented to parishioners of the diocese’s ethnic ministries for their service to the Church in Brooklyn and Queens.
Every summer, about 80 priests from around the world visit the diocese to cover for local priests, who go on vacation. “But don’t think you are just here to fill in.”