Corpus Christi Church officially named its hall after Blessed Carlo Acutis on Oct. 12 to honor the Italian teenager who died on that date in 2006 and is on track to become the Catholic Church’s first Millennial saint.
Corpus Christi – Woodside Queens
Adoration Chapel Brings Woman Closer to Christ’s Real Presence
Each day, Sara Martinez visits a place that is so special to her, she cries when she talks about it. She pays daily visits to the adoration chapel at Corpus Christi Church in Woodside.
A Eureka Moment With Pope Francis
History cannot be changed by purifying the past of its impurities. Trying to do it is a violation of the historical truth, something like crying over spilled milk.
The Crèche in the Right Place at the Right Time
On how this project has been turning out, our parish is just fascinated and elated. We want to share this gift with everyone. Come and contemplate the great mystery of the Nativity in Corpus Christi Church in Woodside, where we have a crèche in the right place at the right time.
Corpus Christi, Woodside
“We believe in the real presence of our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus, who lived, who died, who rose, is alive, is real, and is present in our midst. That is what we celebrate today,” said Bishop Octavio Cisneros at the beginning of his homily Sunday, June 3, at Corpus Christi Church in Woodside.
Building Life, Support with Bengali Mass in Woodside
Bengali-speaking parishioners were delighted to attend Mass in their own language at Corpus Christi Church in Woodside, March 18. Father Patrick West, pastor, took the initiative to organize the Mass in Bengali.
Corpus Christi Youth Present Passion Play
To prepare their parish community for Holy Week, youth ministry members and Confirmation candidates at Corpus Christi Church, Woodside, presented a Passion Play for the parish community.
It’s Official! Seven Are Now Priests of Diocese
After having collectively ministered in Brooklyn and Queens for nearly 60 years, seven foreign-born priests have begun the new year as official priests of the Diocese of Brooklyn.
No Tears Shed Over Ouster of Markey
When upstart Democratic primary challenger Brian Barnwell defeated incumbent NY Assemblywoman Margaret Markey in the Primary Election Sept. 13, there weren’t many tears shed in Catholic circles.
12 New Acolytes on Road to the Diaconate
Twelve men who are studying to become permanent deacons for the parishes in Brooklyn and Queens, were admitted as Acolytes June 22 at Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston. Auxiliary Bishop James Massa presided.