One hundred years after the restoration of Polish independence from the German, Austrian and Russian Empires, Poles in the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens gathered Oct. 20 in thanksgiving for their heritage at St. Joseph Co-Cathedral, Prospect Heights.
After having collectively ministered in Brooklyn and Queens for nearly 60 years, seven foreign-born priests have begun the new year as official priests of the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Sister Maria (Mary E.) Przyborowska, C.S.F.N., a member of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth for 76 years, died Sept. 19. She was 92.
The Diocese of Brooklyn and Father Dariusz Blicharz made it official June 28 at a small ceremony in the chapel at diocesan headquarters in Park Slope.
Seven of the men who are celebrating their 25th anniversaries as priests were ordained by Bishop Thomas V. Daily on June 1, 1991. Details of the other ordinations are included in these brief biographies.
To celebrate the Feast Day of Our Lady of Czestochowa, new Auxiliary Bishop Witold Mroziewski, returned to Our Lady of Czestochowa-St. Casimir, Sunset Park.
Many devout baseball fans know the tale of Babe Ruth and an 11-year-old boy named Johnny Sylvester. But for those readers who may not be familiar, here is the story.
For Auxiliary Bishop Witold Mroziewski, 49, his appointment is another opportunity to serve the diocese he has loved for almost his entire priestly life.
Msgr. Peter Zendzian shares his experiences of how he and then-Father Witold Mroziewski worked together to revive the spiritual life of Our Lady of Czestochowa-St. Casimir parish in 1993.
Bishop Mroziewski’s family and parishioners could not be more happy or confident that he will be a great bishop.