St. Bernadette Catholic Academy in Dyker Heights is a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence that continues to thrive spiritually and academically. The academy maintains and upgrades staff, resources and facilities to keep pace with and surpass the demands of technology and curriculum.
In 1966, a Brooklyn man took a leap of faith and opened a little hardware store in Park Slope.
Father Anthony Dell’Anno, a senior priest residing at St. Edmund’s rectory, Sheepshead Bay, died May 15, four days before what would have been his 77th birthday. He died at NYU Lutheran Medical Center in Sunset Park.
Five priests who serve in Brooklyn and Queens participated in an organ recital and vespers service on the Eve of the Feast of St. Joseph, March 18, at St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral, Prospect Heights.
Rosemary Oliva, a member of St. Bernadette’s parish, Dyker Heights, who worked almost four decades at Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens, died on Feb. 9.
St. Bernadette School, Dyker Heights, a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, is celebrating over 60 years of excellence in education and continues to thrive spiritually and academically.
Yes, Brooklyn, there is a Santa Claus. His name is Thomas Neve and last weekend, he brought Christmas to nearly 1,000 disadvantaged boys and girls.
Carolers have been singing in the season and bringing Christmas cheer to the elderly residents of SS. Joachim and Anne Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Coney Island.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights two new saints and some beloved parents in Woodside, an update on a Dyker Heights girl who was blessed by the pope and hopes to walk again, a Mass honoring the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Mary and much, much more.
St. Bernadette’s School in Dyker Heights and St. Sebastian’s School in Woodside were among the schools honored on Mission Sunday at a Mass celebrated by Auxiliary Bishop Raymond Chappetto at St. James Cathedral-Basilica, Downtown Brooklyn.