This year, the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens is proud to honor 72 sisters and brothers who have collectively given 3,315 years of service to the Church and the people of God. Brief bios, photos and more are included in this special supplement of The Tablet.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio will ordain 10 men to the priesthood for the Diocese of Brooklyn at St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral, Prospect Heights, on Saturday, June 3, at 11 a.m.
The country’s only church under the protection of St. Benedict Joseph Labre is marking its 125th year in Richmond Hill.
On May 2, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio and the New York Blood Center recognized the parishes, schools and individuals in Brooklyn and Queens who made significant contributions to the 2016 blood drive campaign.
A visiting Haitian priest tells of his parish’s recovery and what it’s like to work with From Here to Haiti.
“The scandal is NOT over,” said a survivor of clergy sexual abuse at the Brooklyn Diocese’s annual Mass for Hope and Healing.
The Diocese of Brooklyn celebrated the first-ever Religious Brothers Day May 1, early on Sunday with a Mass of thanksgiving at St. Gregory the Great Church, Bellerose.
The diocesan evangelization plan, “The Joy of Encountering Christ – The Family’s Hope,” calls members of parishes, families and the diocese to work collaboratively as missionary disciples in building up the Body of Christ.
Father Jordan said the government has started something, but the people of the community must not give up.
Close to 1,000 Italian-Americans participated in the annual Good Friday street procession in Whitestone. This year, the evening program began for the first time at St. Mel’s Church, Flushing, and concluded at St. Luke’s Church, Whitestone.