St. Joseph’s Day Success at St. Pancras

St. Joseph’s Day a Success at St. Pancras; Compassion in Action: Lent; Hymn Festival; Spring into Less Stress; George W. Hudson Council 3701 in Woodsid; Congratulation to Our Lady of Trust’s Ms. Re

Good Shepherd Students Go A-Caroling

Members of the children’s choir from Good Shepherd Catholic Academy, Marine Park, spread some holiday cheer by singing Christmas carols for and with residents at SS. Joachim and Anne Nursing Home, Coney Island.

In 25 Years, Rosary For Life Has Gone Worldwide

Twenty-five years ago, Wyn Powers felt inspired to “do something” to help end abortion. Her idea was simple: pray the Holy Rosary to promote respect for life, especially the unborn, and encourage others to do the same.

Relic of St. Jude to Visit Four Local Parishes

For centuries, Catholics and others have sought the hope, refuge and strength associated with the prayers and veneration of St. Jude Thaddeus, also known as the Apostle of Hope.

Good Shepherd’s New Altar Servers

This week’s Tablet TALK highlights Natural Family Planning Awareness Week, a new CD from a Red Hook nun, FDNY block parties in the boroughs, an August pilgrimage to Catholic shrines in Quebec and much more.

‘Inspired’ Artwork Has Something for Everyone

Good Shepherd parishioner Arlene Panicello-Cosgrove once prayed for artistic ability. Today, she uses the gift she received to give glory to God and help the cause closest to her heart.