For a group of adults in the Brooklyn Diocese, a ringing phone means more than a call, it’s a lifeline during the coronavirus stay-at-home orders.
Dear Editor: On Feb. 3, a blustery Saturday morning, almost 50 of us ladies from Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island gathered together at American Martyrs in Bayside for a mini-retreat led by Sister Ave Clark, O.P.
Dear Editor: The Brooklyn Diocese has been blessed with the ministry of Sister Ave Clark, O.P., an Amityville Dominican who resides in Bayside and coordinates Heart to Heart Ministry. Presently, Sister Ave gives retreats and spiritual presentations in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island. She is a pastoral counselor and brings people hope and healing. On her prayer line, she listens and offers people comfort and compassion. Her motto is “Be a Beacon of Hope.”
Long Island City Magi The Feast of the Epiphany brought gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to St. Mary’s Church, Long Island City, where adult parishioners dressed in royal robes as they reenacted the visit of the Wise Men to the Christ Child. (Photos by Giovanna Varlese) Sister Ave Clark, O.P., is starting the new […]