Once a month, parishioners from Queen of Angels Church load up two minivans with hundreds of breakfast sandwiches, bagels, soups, coffee, and tea and drives out to several Queens neighborhoods to deliver food to immigrant day laborers.
Traditional Bengali Christmas hymns and carols were sung when the local Bengali Catholic community gathered for Christmas Mass at Queen of Angels Church, Sunnyside.
Youth and young adults from Saint Teresa, Queen of Angels, Saint Sebastian and Blessed Virgin Mary Help of Christians teamed up for the March for Life in Washington, DC. This is what they had to say about their experience.
Sister Mary Brenda Gorman, R.S.M., 76, a member of the Sisters of Mercy Mid-Atlantic Community for 58 years, died Dec. 31 at Maria Regina Residence, Brentwood, L.I.
The following members of the Diocese of Brooklyn were invested into the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem Nov. 18 by Cardinal Edward O’Brien at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Manhattan:
In other words, the question “How does Jesus send us?” is being answered by the testimony of the “Dreamers Club” members.
Sister Helen Anne Ebbitt, R.S.M., 83, a Sister of Mercy of the Americas Mid-Atlantic Community for 65 years, died July 2 at the Sisters of Mercy Convent, Whitestone.
March 26, 1966 – a day I remember as though it were yesterday. A few minutes before 8 a.m., I stood together with several other young men about to be ordained priests in the Church of St. Paul the Apostle in Innsbruck, Austria.
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.
As if leaping straight out of Jesus’ parable of the Workers in the Vineyard (Mt 20), Queen of Angels parishioners went out to find day laborers still standing around looking for work at 9 a.m. on a Saturday.