This week’s Tablet TALK highlights two new relics in Hollis, an upcoming Marian observance in Middle Village, a visiting Nigerian bishop in Brooklyn, the winners of an anti-litter contest and much more.
Our Lady of Hope Church, Middle Village, will celebrate the co-naming of the corner of Eliot Ave. and 71st St. as “Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan Way,” April 16 at 2 p.m.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio led a Jubilee Year of Mercy Holy Hour for diocesan priests March 13 at Our Lady of Hope Church, Middle Village. It was the last of four prayer services held for priests during Lent.
Father Art Candreva, I.V. Dei, a member of the Voluntas Dei Institute who served as a parochial vicar at Our Lady of Hope parish, Middle Village, died Feb. 18.
The mission of Our Lady of Hope in Middle Village is to provide a Catholic education that fosters the spiritual and academic development of each child. The responsibility for academic and spiritual growth is a shared endeavor among students, parents, faculty and administration.
The Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) of Brooklyn and Queens was granted exclusive access to the Barclays Center arena’s main court prior to a recent Brooklyn Nets game.
As the Year of Consecrated Life nears its end, the parish of Our Lady of Hope invited all those who are living out a consecrated vocation to celebrate the Eucharist Oct. 11 at the Middle Village church. “We thank you, for where would we be without your ministry,” Father Carrano said to those visiting his parish.
The youth of Our Lady of Hope parish, Middle Village, organized a car wash fundraiser for the benefit of those attending World Youth Day 2016
This week’s Tablet TALK features a visiting Lithuanian dignitary in Williamsburg, a new postulant from Hollis, a health fair in Fresh Meadows, details about 9-11 tributes in Brooklyn and much, much more.
The Diocesan Oratorical Contest, sponsored by the Office of the Superintendent ~ Catholic School Support Services, was held at Our Lady of Mercy Academy.