Three Decades of Promoting Life

The Sisters of Life have been serving for 30 years. The order was founded in 1991 by Cardinal John O’Connor as a community of women religious who, along with the traditional vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, take a vow to protect the sacredness of life. 

Around the Church Bells: Blessed, Broken and Given

Young people were able to encounter the church in a big way as they prayed with nearly 20,000 teens from more than 100 dioceses at the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC). The Diocese of Brooklyn brought teens from St. Thomas Aquinas, Flatlands; St. Sebastian’s, Woodside; St. Dominic’s, Bensonhurst, and St. Mark’s, Sheepshead Bay.

Sisters of Life Work in Face of ‘Extreme Pro-Abortion Ideology’

Sister Virginia Joy is a member of the Sisters of Life, which was founded by the late Archbishop of New York, Cardinal John O’Connor. Joy is the Respect Life Director of the Archdiocese of New York. She spoke to Charles Camosy about the pro-life ministry in the archdiocese

Sisters of Life Turn 25

The Sisters of Life celebrated the 25th anniversary of their founding on June 1 with a joyful Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Manhattan, and a block party with 1,200 of their friends and family on hand.

Tablet TALK: Dio Vi Benedicta Father Pham

This week’s Tablet TALK features special recognition for a beloved priest in Astoria, new altar servers in Canarsie and Flushing, a vocation opportunity and much, much more.

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Tablet TALK: St. A’s Little Docs Make Big Impact

This week in Tablet TALK, a blood drive at St. Athanasius School in Bensonhurst, Spanish organist Loreto Aramendi in concert, a production of “The Barber of Seville” by the Regina Opera Company and more.