Our Lady of Angels Feast Was a Joyous Parish Reunion

At Our Lady of Angels, the parish feast day literally turned into a feast. Father Mark Simmons, who celebrated the midday Mass, reminded parishioners the title of Our Lady of Angels, “refers to Mary’s place of honor with Jesus among the heavenly angels.”

Bay Ridge Church Sees ‘A Lot’ of Confessions

Our Lady of Angels Church in Bay Ridge, offers Catholics the chance to take part in Confession in the church’s parking lot as a way of bringing the Sacrament closer to the, during the pandemic.

Former Pro Ballplayer Survives Virus Scare, Vows to Assist Others

Dan Venezia is not what you picture when you think of someone who could fall victim to coronavirus. He’s strong, in shape, and a former professional athlete, but none of that mattered when Venezia contracted coronavirus last month and was being wheeled into the emergency room, gasping for air.

Bay Ridge Schools Plan for Combined Academy

School officials project that Bay Ridge Catholic Academy will open with 400 students, which would make it one of the biggest elementary schools in the diocese.

Tablet Talk Feb. 2

Thank You NYPD, From St. Sebastian; Eric Vineski; Young People at Our Lady of Angels

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.