Father Adjei is among the 80 clergy from all over the world who are pitching in this summer, giving the priests of Brooklyn and Queens time to go on vacation or retreat. He got hooked on baseball because of Father Ed Kachurka, the pastor at Mary’s Nativity-St. Ann parish, Flushing, which is where Father Adjei is assigned.
After joyously entering the Church at the Easter Vigil, the question on the minds of many newly initiated Catholics is: What comes next?
For Father Henry Jose Torres, 26, the path to priesthood has not been easy, but it has been full of unexpected blessings.
After having collectively ministered in Brooklyn and Queens for nearly 60 years, seven foreign-born priests have begun the new year as official priests of the Diocese of Brooklyn.
While some people become engulfed by secular practices surrounding the holidays, Father Ed Kachurka’s experience is a reminder of the true spirit of Christmas.
Adam J. Pfundstein, the brother of Father George Pfundstein, the retired pastor of St. Ann’s, Flushing, died Nov. 4 in Florida.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio ordained 16 men to the transitional diaconate Nov. 5 at St. Joseph’s Seminary, Dunwoodie
Over 30 CYO teams from Brooklyn and Queens entered the “Battle Against Breast Cancer” tournament. All proceeds were donated to charity organizations researching breast cancer.
Dear Editor: Great story by Jim Mancari about Sister Geraldine Cregg, C.S.J. (Aug. 27). Glad she got some recognition. St. Ann’s Church in Flushing is buzzing. I know her for over 40 years. Still super involved in parish even though she retired.
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Academy in Flushing is starting the school year with an $86,000 new media center thanks to the efforts of the Catholic Telemedia Network (CTN).