Nigerians Celebrate Holy Family’s Flight

The Nigerian Igbo community at St. Fortunata, East New York, celebrated the parish’s annual remembrance of the Holy Family’s flight to Egypt last weekend.

Scouting for Food at Our Lady of Mercy

Scouting for Food at Our Lady of Mercy; Devine Mercy Lent and Easter; Hear Brooklyn Voices at SJC ; Fun And Prayer for St. Saviour H.S.

A Beautiful Day for Bellanona

In Face of Horror Local Man Gives of Self; “Lessons in Hope” by George Weigel; Divine Mercy Pilgrimages; Happy Birthday Bellanonna!

Nigerians See Flight Into Egypt as Journey of Life

A historical route that spanned more than a thousand miles from Bethlehem into Egypt – or relatively speaking, from Missouri to Manhattan – was one taken by the Holy Family thousands of years ago.

Flight of the Holy Family

The Nigerian Igbo Community at St. Fortunata Church, East New York, will host a Remembrance of the Holy Family’s Flight to Egypt, April 23 at the 1:30 p.m. Mass. Celebrant: Bishop Guy Sansaricq.

Saying ‘I Do’ Again

Having survived a total of 3,335 years of marriage, couples from throughout the diocese made a public commitment April 23 before God and the Church.

Visiting Nigerian Bishop Hopeful About Peace

On a 10-day U.S. tour to raise awareness about life in Muslim-dominated northern Nigeria, Bishop Matthew H. Kukah of Sokoto Diocese, visited Nigerians in Brooklyn to talk about the need for education, solidarity and prayers. The tour was sponsored by Aid to the Church in Need.

Tablet TALK: Keeping Msgr. Quinn’s Memory Alive

This week’s Tablet TALK highlights two new relics in Hollis, an upcoming Marian observance in Middle Village, a visiting Nigerian bishop in Brooklyn, the winners of an anti-litter contest and much more.

Tablet TALK: St. Joseph’s Feast in Glendale

This week’s Tablet TALK highlights a St. Joseph’s Day celebration in Glendale and an Easter Sunday concert in Red Hook, has details on Mercy Home’s Annual Luncheon and McAuley H.S.’s upcoming reunion, and much more.