Let Them Speak: How the Jornadista Pilgrimage Changed My Heart,Mind

When you hear pilgrimage what is the first thing you think of? Maybe you picture pilgrims from Thanksgiving who sailed on a boat to eat turkey. Maybe you picture just some kind of walk in a foreign country. Or you’re like me who had no idea what a pilgrimage was and didn’t know what to even expect.

Father Kiernan Served Two Parishes as Pastor

A Masss of Christian Burial for Father Edward J. Kiernan, a senior priest of the diocese who last served as the pastor of St. Columba parish, Marine Park, was celebrated Sept. 28 at the Basilica of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Southampton, L.I.

Obituary: Mary Moringiello

Mary Moringiello, 91, who served as secretary to The Editor of The Tablet in the 1990s, died Aug. 13 at the Augustana Nursing Home in Sunset Park.

CYO Boys’ Swim Champs Crowned

The Catholic Youth Organization boys’ swimming recently held its championships Jan. 9 at the Eisenhower Park Aquatic Center, East Meadow, L.I. The winners are…

Tablet TALK: Midwood Children Donate Toys

This week’s Tablet Talk highlights gift givers in Flatlands, new altar servers in Bay Ridge, a special event for Catholics who teach in public schools and much more.

Unity-Unidad Was Theme of Youth Rally in Bensonhurst

Scores of Catholics filled the streets around St. Athanasius Church, Bensonhurst, as they celebrated a bilingual night of adoration June 19. The youth event, titled “Unity.Unidad,” featured multi-cultural components to highlight the beauty of Christian unity.