Assembled in front of the very altar where their marriage vows were first spoken, more than 20 couples rededicated their love for one another in front of parishioners at Incarnation Church, Queens Village, on World Marriage Day, Sunday, Feb.12.
Exciting things are happening this year within the Catholic elementary academy and parish school system in the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Over 100 pilgrims from Incarnation parish, Queens Village, led by their pastor, Father John O’Connor, processed through the streets, praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet as they journeyed from their church to the Holy Doors at St. Gerard Majella, Hollis.
Whatever God places before Nigerian-born Father Uririoghene Melchizedek Okrokoto, 28, he will use it to give God glory. In fact, his first name means “the glory of God.”
Father Ambiorix Osorio, 32, is ready to selflessly serve the people of God.
While all sports aid in the development of the body, mind and soul, swimming is the only sport that can directly save lives. In honor of National Water Safety Awareness Month, the local Swim Strong Foundation hosted its fourth annual Water Safety Awareness Day.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights two new relics in Hollis, an upcoming Marian observance in Middle Village, a visiting Nigerian bishop in Brooklyn, the winners of an anti-litter contest and much more.
During this Year of Mercy, Catholics have the opportunity to better understand the concept of mercy and to meet Jesus by performing the corporal and spiritual works of mercy. That was the message of the Diocesan Evangelization Congress held Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Immaculate Conception Pastoral Center, Douglaston.
This week’s Tablet Talk highlights gift givers in Flatlands, new altar servers in Bay Ridge, a special event for Catholics who teach in public schools and much more.
About 15 members of the youth program, part of the Catholic Youth Ministry Initiative, cleaned up the park Nov. 8 by picking up garbage, raking leaves and moving fallen branches.