Our Lady of Mt. Carmel-Annunciation Parish held a surprise birthday party for “85/85 girls” Vida Jankauskas and Josefina Senken.
Polish tradition flourished Monday, April 18 — the day after Easter — with the first “Dyngus Day” celebration in a Brooklyn neighborhood famously known as “Little Poland.”
Eighth-graders from Saint Saviour Catholic Academy in Park Slope took home top honors at the NYC First Lego League Robotics Championship Tournament.
Women’s History Month is one of those “teachable moments” that encourages Americans to become more familiar with the past.
Service was a main theme of the breakfast, the 100th in the Society’s history, and the Mass beforehand celebrated by Bishop Robert Brennan at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish.
While the attack on the crucifix at St. Athanasius Church shocked and angered many, it wasn’t the only incident that a church or office in the diocese had been the target of vandals over the past year.
Bishop Robert Brennan (above) celebrated the 11:30 a.m. Mass at St. Peter Claver Church, Bedford-Stuyvesant, on Sunday, February 27.
Susan B. Anthony fought for decades for women to have the right to vote, a historical fact that has been known for a long time. But pro-life advocates of today said that another battle she waged is not as well known — the fight against abortion.
Jackie Gleason was undoubtedly one of the greatest entertainers of the 20th century, as he left his mark in movies, television, theater and music.
Baseball fans, Brooklynites, and those who chronicle America’s advancements in the civil rights movement of the 20th century have special memories of Jackie Robinson.