Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio blessed the Nativity creche and lit the Christmas tree in Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza.
Growing up in St. Louis, Susanna Spencer loved her family’s Advent tradition of adorning a Jesse Tree with Old Testament symbols leading to Christ’s birth.
Churches from across New York State have joined the Diocese of Brooklyn in its annual campaign designed to remind people about the true meaning of Christmas during this busy season. The “Put Him on Your List” campaign encourages the faithful to put Jesus at the top of their Christmas list and to celebrate His birth by attending Mass.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will bless the Nativity crèche and light the largest ever Christmas tree displayed in Prosect Park on Monday, Dec. 11, at 4 p.m.
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This Christmas season, as we hear about the slaughter of the innocents and the flight of the Holy Family into Egypt, imagine that it is happening today. Imagine you are doing something about it.
The donkey brayed and kicked as St. Francis of Assisi announced the birth of Jesus outside of St. Adalbert Church on Dec. 2.
Details on the 2017 “Keep Christ in Christmas” Art Contest, the Tablet’s annual art collaboration with the Knights of Columbus.
The musical about the birth of Jesus was produced by DeSales Media Group, the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph and the Preachers of Christ and Mary, and directed by Mother Maria Amador, P.C.M.
Expressing his condolences to victims and their families, Pope Francis called for an end to terrorism following a string of deadly attacks in Berlin and Ankara.