People of faith came together in Bedford-Stuyvesant on Sept. 6 to pray for peace and reconciliation in their communities, across the nation and around the world.
Two Brooklyn women who credit St. Therese of Lisieux with restoring their vision – 80 years apart – are now praying for another special intention: the canonization of Servant of God Msgr. Bernard J. Quinn.
O.L.P.H. Hosts Seuss-tastic Celebration “Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try” — ah, they did try and indeed succeed to celebrate the joy of reading on the 108th birthday of beloved author Dr. Seuss at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, S. Ozone Park. Organized by teachers Peggy Breslin and Barbara […]
Christmas 2011 came to Bedford-Stuyvesant with a blast of joy as the congregation gathered on the mild, sunny, Sunday morning to celebrate the 90th birthday of the founding of St. Peter Claver parish. It was a standing-room only crowd of parishioners from the three church sites that make up the current parish of St. Martin […]