As curtains are rising once again along the Great White Way, so are concerns among Catholic members of the theater community.
On the evening of June 23, a couple hundred Our Lady of Mount Carmel parishioners kicked off the Giglio Season with the annual “Taking Out of the Boat.”
As restrictions gradually started to ease a few months ago, many postponed Catholic church weddings still awaited rescheduling, a situation that’s rapidly starting to change.
A red shopping bag hanging on the doorknob at the entrance to The BookMark Shoppe on Third Avenue carries the clever message, “Reading is Cheaper than Therapy.”
When Gilberto Perez feels the need to pray in the middle of the night, he knows where to go: a chapel tucked behind the altar of his parish church, Our Lady of Sorrows.
Although she couldn’t read or write English, Mother Frances Cabrini kept up an ongoing relationship with Brooklyn Bishop Charles McDonnell, who was the second Bishop of Brooklyn from 1892 to 1921.
Being a dad has always been tough — just ask St. Joseph.
If cursive writing was an Olympic sport, Caitlyn Ngo would be a gold medalist.
A year has passed since his ordination to the priesthood and assignment as a parochial vicar for Our Lady of Angels Church, but to Father Dragan Pušić, everything still feels brand new.
They may be made from acrylic, but the red cardinals nestled in tree branches in the grotto of Transfiguration-St. Stanislaus Kostka Church seem as real as the birds chirping and flapping their wings in shrubbery nearby.