There’s a mini-baby boom going on at St. Charles Borromeo Church and it’s leading to a big change in parish life.
Neal Gorman, a public relations and crisis management specialist, has a hobby that’s sure to be the envy of amusement park lovers everywhere. He travels around the country in his spare time with his wife and three children and rides carousels.
For people who like to know what’s what (and you know who you are!), it’s a bit of a challenge sometimes to accept the mystery that is at the heart of our faith. Yet there’s a profound beauty and comfort in that, too, because it is through the Sacraments, Mass, Scripture, and Prayer that our Trinitarian God reveals Himself to us slowly, lovingly, surprisingly, if only partially. It’s an ever-evolving relationship. And when it comes right down to it, isn’t that true of all intimate relationships?
The first Sunday when churches were finally able to hold Mass proved to be a challenge at many parishes in the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Churches in the Diocese of Brooklyn are engaging in frank talk about racism with the goal toward fighting hatred and emerging with a deeper understanding of the teachings of Jesus Christ.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights a seminar on women’s health and fertility, a sacred sites open house, spring planting in Queens, an upcoming multicultural celebration and more.
Vandals knocked down a statue of the Virgin Mary outside St. Charles Borromeo Church in Brooklyn Heights on June 12. The church’s security camera footage showed that two young men attacked the statue at 1:45 a.m., knocking the image of Mary carrying the Baby Jesus off its base. “I came in the morning to find […]
Dear Editor: After First Communion Mass at St. Charles Borromeo Church in Brooklyn Heights, the pastor, Father Edward Doran, challenged us to be fruitful vines (following the papal directive about no boring homilies!), read up about our church, take a Tablet home and read it!
Sister Mary Ellis (Sister Aloysia Maria), S.C., 96, who entered the Sisters of Charity of New York in 1937, died March 26 at St. Patrick’s Home, the Bronx. Her first assignment and her only one in the Brooklyn Diocese was when she taught at St. Charles Borromeo School, Brooklyn Heights, 1939-44. In addition to teaching […]
Lithuanian Bishop Visits Williamsburg Auxiliary Bishop Kestutis Kevalas of the Archdiocese of Kaunas, Lithuania, visited the Lithuanian community of Annunciation parish, Williamsburg, on Jan. 18 to commemorate Lithuanian Defenders of Freedom Day. Bishop Kevalas concelebrated a solemn Mass and welcomed new members of the Lithuanian Catholic Youth Organization “Ateitis,” which arranged for the bishop’s visit […]