Survivors of COVID-19, or even those who never had it, can still suffer its residual ravages of confusion, isolation, and loneliness — sorrows shared by lay workers for the Diocese of Brooklyn. In the pandemic’s wake, they grieve losses of family, friends, and even clergy, but they also mourn how the disease robbed them of the fellowship they enjoyed while laboring in dozens of lay movements active in the diocese.
This week’s Tablet TALK features a salute to veterans in Mill Basin, a free opera in Sunset Park, a new pastor in Belle Harbor and much more.
The Catholic Charismatic Renewal Office of the diocese is hosting 50th jubilee celebrations in Brooklyn and Queens this fall.
The diocesan Catholic Charismatic Renewal Office will host 50th jubilee celebrations in both Brooklyn and Queens this fall.
The annual Catholic Charismatic Renewal Conference of the Diocese of Scranton, Pa., will be Aug. 4-6 at the University of Scranton. Conference presenters include Fathers Anthony Ozele and Trevor Nathasingh.