Latin isn’t really a dead language — at least not in the Diocese of Brooklyn, where three parishes have weekly Traditional Latin Masses.
Guillermo Ruiz Lopez, the father of Father Orlando Ruiz, O.F.M., a Franciscan Friar who is serving at Our Lady of Peace parish, Brooklyn, died Nov. 24.
Father Jordan said the government has started something, but the people of the community must not give up.
St. Francis College, Brooklyn Heights, Honors Program and Campus Ministry, in partnership with Our Lady of Peace parish, Brooklyn, will conduct a blessing of the Gowanus Canal on Earth Day, April 22.
This week’s Tablet TALK features a music teacher marking 25 years at Our Lady of Guadalupe School, brave Knights from Glendale who shaved their heads for pediatric cancer research and details about the Brooklyn Independence Parade, the Williamsburg Giglio Feast and much more.
The Feast of Corpus Christi was celebrated around the world and in the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens with public devotions and processions. Click on the links below to see coverage.
Auxiliary Bishop James Massa was joined by Father Christopher M. Cullen, S.J., Deacon Peter Cardillo and master of ceremonies, Charles Lowry, during the Corpus Christi liturgy and procession at Our Lady of Peace Church, Park Slope. The Solemn High Mass was sung in Latin, followed by the procession.
This week’s TabletTALK features a special graduate from St. Andrew Avellino, Flushing; an Ecuadorian feast in Elmhurst; honors for an assistant principal in Fort Greene and much more.
Kayla Mullin dreams of a day she can swim and fish in the Gowanus Canal. The eight-year-old and her grandfather, Eddie, both parishioners at Our Lady of Peace Church, were among two-dozen Brooklynites who blessed the waterway on Earth Day, April 22.