Finding Faith — and Family — in the Holy Land

When George Prezioso decided to take his second pilgrimage to the Holy Land he knew he was in good company traveling with Msgr. David Cassato, Msgr. Jamie Gigantiello along with friends from across the Diocese of Brooklyn. 

Catholic Schools Are Parishes Unto Themselves for Chaplains

Chaplains assigned to Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn serve students, faculty, staff, alumni and more. That’s why these campus communities are considered actual “parishes” by chaplains like Father Ralph Edelman at St. Francis Preparatory High School in Queens.

Sisters Team Up In Hopes of Winning Fundraiser for Catholic Schools

Noelle Pianoforte, a sixth-grader at St. Athanasius Catholic Academy, won the the Tablet’s Covid Relief Fundraiser for Catholic Schools competition in 2021 for selling the most subscriptions to The Tablet than any other student in the diocese — 48 — and she’s trying to help her younger sister Natalie, a third-grader, take top honors this year.

Mother Cabrini Monument Procession Is A Victory Lap For Her Devotees

A few hundred Catholics from all over the Diocese of Brooklyn marched through Carroll Gardens Sunday, Oct. 3, expressing their devotion to the patron saint of immigrants, Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini. She began her U.S. ministry in that neighborhood more than 130 years ago.