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.
Prosecutors in Nigeria claim a Catholic journalist violated cybercrime laws when he wrote about complaints that the government failed to arrest any suspects in the Oct. 29 murders of 38 Christians in southern Kaduna State.
Students came to school at St. Catherine of Genoa-St. Therese of Lisieux Catholic Academy dressed as the late, great poet/ author Maya Angelou as part of a Black History Month celebration on Friday, Feb. 11.
Much like love itself, the story of St. Valentine — and the backstory for Valentine’s Day on Feb. 14 — might be said to combine facts with mystery and visible gifts with deeper meanings.
Meeya Yan, a Fontbonne Hall senior and swim team captain is preparing for the next chapter in her journey — joining the Iona College swim team when she matriculates there in the fall.
Although he was treated for mental illness, Father Rutilio Grande never stopped sharing the Gospel. Some suggest this martyred El Salvadoran priest should be the “patron saint of breaking mental health stigma.”
A 7.0 magnitude earthquake strikes 15 miles southwest of the capital of Port-au-Prince, killing over 300,000 people, destroying more than 250,000 homes and 30,000 commercial buildings, and causing over $8 billion in damage.