After many months of being apart, students from Christ the King’s faith formation program, along with their parents and catechists, reunited at Mass June 6 to mark a “bittersweet” end of the year.
The 60 students enrolled in Christ the King’s faith formation program, as well as their parents and catechists, have become more immersed with their Catholic faith through both remote learning and in-person meetings.
The end of the liturgical calendar has become an opportunity for new beginnings at Christ the King, Springfield Gardens.
It was two nights of spirit-filled prayer, praise and worship, testimonies, talks and fun entitled “Meet Me at the Well,” with youth members of a Queens deanery. The event took place in Jamaica on June 22.
Eighth-grade students in New York City are just two weeks away from taking the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS) and choosing the high schools they wish to attend next year.
Teen News Flash keeps you up-to-date with upcoming youth events around the Diocese of Brooklyn.
A Mass of Christian Burial for retired Deacon John P. Coffey was celebrated April 27 at Holy Family Church, Park Slope. He died April 21 at his private residence. He was 81.
Gregory Nelson, parishioner of Christ the King, Springfield Gardens, will be representing his parish at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, Mass.
The 61 new lay leaders from 37 parishes will coordinate new or existing parish ministries.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio encouraged the newest members of the Catholic Church in Brooklyn and Queens to learn more about their faith and to share it with others.