Incarnation Catholic Academy invited the 105th Precinct to attend a socially safe, in-person celebration on Oct. 28 to mark National First Responders Day. Congress designated Oct. 28 as National First Responders Day three years ago to honor firefighters, police officers, emergency medical technicians, and others who are first on the scene in dangerous situations.
One day after participating in Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day at St. John’s University, the teens took to the local streets close to their Queens Village parish and did some spring cleaning for mother nature.
Whether she picks up a wooden paintbrush to start her vivid paintings or puts needle to thread while creating her fashion designs, Incarnation parishioner Angela Murphy centers her mind into one perspective: giving God the glory.
The youth group from Incarnation parish, Queens Village, has one special goal in mind come January 2019: attending World Youth Day in Panama City, Panama. To help bring that to fruition, Father Christopher Bethge, parochial vicar, and Youth Minister Rose Ruesing are coming up with creative ways for the teens to offset the steep costs of the trip.
This week’s Tablet TALK offers opportunities to get a fresh start in this new year and highlights those who have made significant achievements.
The Filipino community at Incarnation parish, Queens Village, opened the church doors in the early afternoon Dec. 10 as they celebrated one of the most long-standing Christmas traditions in the Philippines known as Simbang Gabi.
Principals leading local Catholic academies and schools were honored at the annual Principals’ Longevity Recognition Awards Celebration at the Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston. They were recognized for their committed service, leadership and dedication to the mission of Catholic education within the diocese.
This week’s Tablet TALK features news about motorcycle-riding priests, newlyweds, an inspiring talk radio show hosted by a Franciscan Brother, an Italian feast tradition and much more.
Sister M. Adrian O’Connor, O.P., a member of the Sisters of St. Dominic, Amityville, for 72 years, died June 5. She was 90.
Sister Terese Warganz, O.P., (also known as Sister Mary Matthew), a mem- ber of the Sisters of St. Dominic, Amityville, L.I., for 72 years, died April 12. She was 90.