Ringing in the new year is a tradition celebrated by all — but for Haitians, Jan. 1 also means independence.
Holy Family – Canarsie
Haitian Mothers Honored as Shining Examples of God’s Love
Fifteen local women were recently honored by the diocesan ministry to Haitian immigrants for embodying the qualities of maternal figures from the Bible.
Belle Harbor Parish Welcomes Newest Pastor
This week’s Tablet TALK features a salute to veterans in Mill Basin, a free opera in Sunset Park, a new pastor in Belle Harbor and much more.
Gravesend Pastor Marks 10 Years of Priesthood
This week’s Tablet TALK features a special anniversary for a Gravesend pastor, art that gives glory to the Blessed Mother, a summer challenge especially for Catholics, an upcoming concert in Canarsie and much more.
Father McGee Marks 40 Years of Priesthood
Father Michael McGee will celebrate his 40th anniversary of priesthood with a Mass of thanksgiving at Holy Family Church in Canarsie.
Former Army Chaplain Was Pastor at Two Parishes
A Mass of Christian Burial for Father John A. McShane, a retired senior priest of the diocese, was celebrated Oct. 1
WYD Report: Auschwitz Visit
“All I could do really was stand there and read the sign and take off my hat out of respect because there is nothing that could be said to further encapsulate what comes from this visit,” said Matthew Perez.
Canarsie Mothers Make Marian Shrine Pilgrimage
I felt a connection with them and with our Blessed Mother that went deeper than words: I experienced a sense of peace.
Obituary: Timothy Gilbride
Timothy Gilbride, a LAMP Missionary for the past six years serving at Holy Family parish, Canarsie, died on Pentecost Sunday, May 15, after a brief battle with cancer.
Centenarian Happy to Be Back in the Church
Margaret Grasso is a patient woman as any 100-year old person has the right to be. And in 2016 her patience paid off as she ended her 99-year wait to return to her Catholic faith at American Martyrs Church, Bayside.