Catholics braved cold, rainy weather on May 8 to recite the Holy Rosary for more than an hour during the Diocese of Brooklyn’s first outdoor Witness For Life event.
In 1865 American poet William Ross Wallace published a poem celebrating motherhood entitled “What Rules the World.”
When asked what a “doula” is, people often aren’t sure how to respond. Although, some might suggest it’s another term for “midwife.” Not so, say trained and certified doulas.
“Heaven Knows” that Ed Hokenson has written dozens of songs that major artists have recorded over the years, and he credits all of his success to his deep Catholic faith.
At its inaugural town hall discussion last month, Archbishop Molloy High School’s new Council for Diversity & Inclusion posed a community-wide question: “What does black excellence mean to you?”
While baking in their kitchen to the sounds of classic rock, siblings Monica Schuss and John Tomanelli work in tandem: As one scoops out cups of sugar, the other looks through the pantry for mixing bowls. Baking is one of their favorite things to do together since meeting each other for the first time two years ago.
In a career climb that epitomizes that of a consummate public servant, Daniel Flynn has reached the top rung.
Theresa Bonopartis can still remember how it felt to be a pregnant teenager with nowhere to turn.
Xavier High School students resumed construction on a house for home healthcare worker Nickesha Medley and her teenage daughter.
A costly 18-month dormancy of Coney Island’s amusement parks faded away Friday, April 9, with an exuberant grand “reopening” of the neighborhood’s most iconic entertainment venue.