Before Father Jon O. Ukaegbu’s book, “The Holy Rosary,” could be printed, it needed an imprimatur. Only a bishop can grant an imprimatur.
Images of the U.S.-Mexico border in Del Rio show an unprecedented scene: More than 10,000 migrants huddled underneath the city’s international bridge seeking asylum, with many more constantly wading the waters of the Rio Grande River with the same desire.
When Anne Kelly, former assistant academic principal of St. Agnes Academic High School, walked the empty halls of Holy Family Catholic Academy in late summer, she wasn’t sure what to expect.
When Alfredo “Freddie” De Los Santos puts on his helmet and gets into his bike, the world around him becomes blurs of colors. He leans forward, eyes staring straight ahead, and pedals with his arms, driven by the desire to go faster and farther than the day before.
With the Taliban now in full control of Afghanistan, females in that country could face discrimination and hardships not seen in two decades, experts and women’s rights advocates said.
Dog walkers, joggers, and a wedding party swarmed about the Prison Ship Martyrs’ Monument at Fort Greene Park one recent weekend afternoon, perhaps unaware that entombed beneath them lay thousands of American prisoners from the Revolutionary War.
Red roses and Italian flags held aloft, as well as a cannon spewing gold-colored confetti, marked the return of a beloved neighborhood tradition that had been sorely missed last summer — the Feast of Santa Rosalia.
Christian Santo died last year of heart failure at age 27, but in many ways, his memory will live on — in nature and in the world of college sports.
The legacy of Kaitlyn Rose Bernhardt, a beloved 15-year-old from St. Bernard Parish who passed away in 2018, lives on in Mill Basin, Brooklyn — and in a small rural village in India.
There are mile stones that are embedded in the minds of people of a certain generation. Everyone knows where they were when they learned that President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated, everyone was glued to their television when Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon, and everyone remembers how they felt on August 16, 1977, when Elvis Presley passed away at just 42 years old.