‘Check’ it Out: Contest Ends With Big Smiles And Big Money

The Tablet subscriptions sold during the month-long campaign resulted in more than $30,000 going back into students’ and schools’ pockets. Those checks are finally in the process of being signed, sealed, and delivered to participating students across the Diocese of Brooklyn. 

Catholics Work at Grassroots Level to Improve Neighborhoods

Vincent Arcuri Jr., a parishioner of St. Pancras Church, recalled that when he was 18, he joined the Knights of Columbus at the urging of fellow parishioners. Years later, he applied for membership on Queens Community Board 5 and was appointed. He is now the board’s chairman.

The Tablet Launches COVID-19 Relief Fundraiser for Catholic Schools

The Tablet will officially launch its monthlong “COVID Relief Fundraiser for Catholic Schools” on March 15. Schools and students in the diocese’s 69 parish schools and Catholic academies will directly benefit by earning cash for themselves and their families through selling subscriptions to The Tablet.

Have a Question on the Faith? Ask Monsignor Dave

Msgr. David Cassato wears many hats, including pastor of St. Athanasius Church, chaplain for the New York Police Department, and vicar for Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn. How about a new title — The Dear Abby of the Catholic Church?

Diocese Deems 2021 ‘Year of Renewal for Catholic Education’

Inspired by Pope Francis, who recently declared 2021 as the “Year of Joseph” in his apostolic letter “Patris corde,” the Diocese of Brooklyn will be engaging in a “Year of Renewal for Catholic Education.” The overarching goal of the campaign is to strengthen the understanding that Catholic education is evangelization.