For Haitian Americans and immigrants, Jan. 12 is a solemn day of remembrance.
Catholic school teachers Elvira Kunz and Victoria Vitulli can personally attest to Mark Twain’s famous quote, “Find a job you enjoy doing and you will never have to work a day in your life.”
It was two nights of spirit-filled prayer, praise and worship, testimonies, talks and fun entitled “Meet Me at the Well,” with youth members of a Queens deanery. The event took place in Jamaica on June 22.
Fifteen local women were recently honored by the diocesan ministry to Haitian immigrants for embodying the qualities of maternal figures from the Bible.
Deacon Marcus Mordan, a retired deacon from Sacred Heart parish, Cambria Heights, died Aug. 30 at his home in Queens.
Sacred Heart Catholic Academy is a unique Catholic elementary school in Southeast Queens, which accepts students from pre-K3 to eighth grade.
Father Joseph M. Nolan, a senior priest at Bishop Mugavero Residence, Douglaston, is marking his 70th year as a priest of the Brooklyn Diocese.
Sacred Heart Catholic Academy in Cambria Heights accepts students from pre-K3 to eighth grade, and has a reputation for its religious education, solid academic curriculum, strong discipline and a safe family environment.
Sacred Heart Catholic Academy is a unique Catholic elementary school in Southeast Queens, that accepts students from pre-K3 to eighth grade.
Of the 12 men celebrating their 50th anniversaries as priests this year, eight were ordained to the priesthood on May 28, 1966 at St. James Pro-Cathedral, Downtown Brooklyn, by Archbishop Bryan J. McEntegart.