Charity and Love Abound in Bay Ridge Parish

Msgr. Kevin Noone, pastor of Our Lady of Angels parish in Bay Ridge, is truly grateful for his parishioners who have generously responded to the 2018 Annual Catholic Appeal. The support of Our Lady of Angels parish sustains vital ministries and services in the diocese, allowing the mission of serving the Lord through acts of charity and love to continue throughout Brooklyn and Queens.

Deacon Remembered for Ministry to Youth in Bayside

A Mass of Christian Burial for Deacon George A. Bourbeau, a former deacon in the diocese, was celebrated Aug. 21 at Infant Jesus Church, Nashua, N.H. He died unexpectedly Aug. 16 at his residence in New Hampshire. He was 71.

Families, Fathers & Children Honor Sister Ellen

As she marked 31 years of service as the director of religious education at St. Augustine Church in Park Slope, Sister Ellen Glavey, R.S.M., was honored at a champagne brunch given by the prison ministry at St. Augustine’s – Families, Fathers & Children, for which she has been a strong supporter.

Seven Diocesan Priests Mark Golden Jubilees

Seven priests of the Brooklyn Diocese are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their ordination as priests. Six of them were ordained on June 1, 1968 by Auxiliary Bishop John J. Boardman at St. James Pro-Cathedral in Downtown Brooklyn.

Bay Ridge Native Has Been a Josephite for 50 Years

Father James P. Fallon, S.S.J., pastor of Immaculate Conception parish, Lebeau, La., will celebrate a Mass of thanksgiving to mark his 50th anniversary of ordination at the church on Sunday, June 3.

A Moment In Time in Bay Ridge

Msgr. Kevin Noone, pastor of Our Lady of Angels parish, Bay Ridge, blessed the parish’s time capsule.

Time Is Being Preserved at OLA

It’s never too early to start planning an anniversary party.

Our Lady of Angels parish in Bay Ridge has set Sept. 24, 2091 as the date for the celebration of the 200th anniversary of its founding. On that day, the time capsule that was entombed last weekend in the wall of the church will be opened by parishioners to get a glimpse at what parish life was like in 2018.