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.
As the seat of the Bishop of Brooklyn, the Cathedral Basilica of St. James holds many treasures for history lovers.
A mural depicting an image of Pope Francis that can be found on the wall outside the Little Cupcake Bakeshop at 30 Prince St., was painted by an artist who goes by the single name of Delphinoto.
The expression “Put Christ Back in Christmas” isn’t just a popular saying in Brooklyn. This season, people decorating their homes for the holidays are increasingly bypassing Santa Claus dolls and opting instead for faith-based items like Nativity scenes.
Documents supporting the cause for sainthood for social activist and devout Catholic Dorothy Day are now signed, sealed, and about to be delivered to the Vatican.
Former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly’s love of law enforcement has been well documented. What people may not know about Kelly is his other love.
The fully remote St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Online Academy in the Diocese of Brooklyn is thriving as parents seek alternatives for their children.
Scenes from the Installation Mass of the Eighth Bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn, Bishop Robert J. Brennan.
The Biden administration officially lifted the travel ban on Monday, Nov. 8. A day later, families and loved ones tearfully reunited at border crossings and airports.
After a long layoff due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) indoor sports are starting up again in the Diocese of Brooklyn. But whether or not a child can participate at their local church will depend on the church’s pastor.