Bishop Richard Garth Henning, episcopal vicar for the Central Vicariate of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, was ordained an auxiliary bishop of his diocese at St. Agnes Cathedral, July 24.
Father Leo Song was ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of Rockville Centre on Saturday, June 23, by Bishop John O. Barres at St. Agnes Cathedral, Rockville Centre.
As part of a long-term effort to revitalize and strengthen Catholic education on Long Island, the Diocese of Rockville Centre announced that it will consolidate two elementary schools and close a diocesan high school that are no longer viable.
Pope Francis has named Auxiliary Bishop Robert J. Coyle of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services to be an auxiliary bishop for the Diocese of Rockville Centre.
Deacon Patrick Logsdon, 70, a deacon of the Rockville Centre Diocese was found stabbed to death outside the halfway house he managed for formerly incarcerated men.
Nearly 30 religious brothers from the dioceses of Brooklyn and Rockville Centre took a break from their varied ministries recently for an afternoon of reflection at St. John’s University, Jamaica.
The Diocese of Rockville Centre announced the establishment of the Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program (IRCP) for survivors of sexual abuse by clergy of the Diocese of Rockville Centre. The IRCP allows survivors of sexual abuse by priests or deacons of the diocese to seek financial compensation.
Msgr. Joseph P. Granata, a priest of the Rockville Centre Diocese, L.I., died Sept. 28.
If Newton’s third law of motion could be applicable to the current status quo of the young Church, then for the misguided, misinformed and spiritually misunderstood teenager out there, an equal and opposite force must be headed for a crash course with that person in the same direction, right? Would that teenager then be equipped with proper guidance, information and an understanding of one’s spiritual and moral compass?
Sacrificing one week from their summer plans, 10 high school student leaders, some from the Rockville Centre Diocese, but most from St. John the Baptist parish, Bedford-Stuyvesant, answered the call to be bold when it comes to learning about their faith, courageous when it aligns with their actions and willing to serve the greater Brooklyn and Queens community.