Nearly two-thirds of the men being ordained to the priesthood this year said parish priests were an encouraging influence on their vocation, according to a new study.
Three Men Ordained as Transitional Deacons, Bringing Them Closer to the Priesthood
Thimote Cherelus, Nnamdi Eusebius Eze, and Ernesto Alonso-Aguila took one of their final steps toward priesthood in the Diocese of Brooklyn when they were ordained as transitional deacons by Bishop Brennan on Nov. 4 in the chapel at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie.
Rhode Island Priest Vlogs his Way Through Cardiac Surgery
Shortly after receiving his diagnosis, Father Zinno began to research the condition online to learn more about what to expect. He found that many of the most helpful resources came from YouTube vlogs by patients describing their recovery journey.
Three Priests Welcomed to the Diocese, First Group Ordained By Bishop Brennan
Three men on Saturday, June 4 added the title of “Father” to their names, and learning their parishes parish assignments in the Diocese of Brooklyn. Their ordination ceremony was the first for Bishop Robert Brennan since he was installed late last year.
Ordination to the Priesthood
New lives as Catholic priests in the Diocese of Brooklyn await three men set to be ordained Saturday, June 4 at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph.
Celebrating Jubilees in Priesthood 2022
In this special annual supplement, The Tablet salutes priest-jubilarians – men who have been called by God to serve at His altar and are celebrating significant anniversaries of ordination this year.
Ordination Survey Finds Dropping Percentages of new White U.S. Priests
The annual report of new priests commissioned by the U.S. bishops shows that among those who responded, a shrinking number are white, a sign of the “little-C” catholic nature of the Catholic Church.
English Police to Allow Priests to Give Last Rites at Crime Scenes
Police in England have produced national guidelines to allow priests to give last rites to Catholics dying at crime scenes.
Thirteen Priests in Arkansas Face Uncertainty Over Their Immigration Status
Thirteen priests from outside the United States ministering in the Diocese of Little Rock have had to stop working, and in some cases have had to return home, because of federal delays in processing immigration paperwork.
Angolan Priest Struggles Against the Invisibility of Starvation in Angola
Although a severe drought in southern Angola has led to widespread hunger among more than 1 million people, the government has taken few measures to address it.