The term “domestic engineer” applies to a stay-at-home parent or person tasked with various homemaking duties — much like a worker bee in a honey-producing hive.
The Diocese of Brooklyn welcomed priests to the diocese, but they aren’t new. They’ve been serving in Brooklyn or Queens for many years, although they were not incardinated until a special Mass on June 16.
About two dozen parishioners huddled beneath umbrellas Saturday, May 20 at St. Agnes Parish, Carroll Gardens for the grand opening of the Marian Garden. The garden’s centerpiece is a statue of the Blessed Mother. It replaces an earlier statue that memorialized Victor Grant from the parish, who drowned at a Boy Scout summer camp in 1967.
Now that more than 50 years have passed, Bill Gorman has to dig deep for memories of classmate Victor Grant, who died in 1967 at age 15.