Brooklyn Knights Deliver Hope to Florence Victims

Before the day ended Oct. 2, a caravan of men traveled more than 500 miles south of the Brooklyn border to drop-off thousands of pounds of relief and recovery supplies for those affected by tropical storm Florence in North Carolina. Except instead of representing the organization with the familiar logo of a red cross, these men will represent a different crest: the red, gold and blue Knights of Columbus councils from both St. Finbar and Most Precious Blood in Bath Beach.

Tragic End for Missing Bath Beach Grandmother

Mary Joyce-Bonsignore, 88, a parishioner of St. Finbar, Bath Beach, who had been missing for over a week was found dead a couple of blocks from her home July 25, said her pastor, Father Michael Gelfant.

Wise Men of Bath Beach

Three boys from St. Finbar Church, Bath Beach, looked the part of the Three Kings when they participated in the parish Christmas pageant.

Bath Beach Parishioners Visit St. James’ Holy Door

Six busloads of pilgrims from St. Finbar Church, Bath Beach, including four buses of children from the religious education program, arrived May 7 at St. James Cathedral-Basilica, Downtown Brooklyn, to pay a visit to the Holy Door that commemorates the Jubilee Year of Mercy.

Passion Play in Bath Beach

In anticipation of Holy Week, youth from St. Finbar Church, Bath Beach/Bensonhurst, presented a Passion Play in church on Friday, March 18.