As the Universal Church marked the solemnity of Christ the King and the closing of the Year of Mercy, Crown Heights’ residents gathered to commemorate the centennial of the first Mass celebrated in St. Gregory the Great Church.
Sister Eleanor Peters, R.S.M., 98, a Sister of Mercy for 77 years died Oct. 18, at Maria Regina Residence, Brentwood, L.I.
St. Gregory the Great Catholic Academy evolved from what was St. Gregory the Great School, established in 1912 in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
For over a century, St. Gregory the Great School and now St. Gregory the Great Catholic Academy, has adhered to its mission of fostering spiritual, intellectual, emotional and social growth and guiding the moral development of students in Crown Heights and Flatbush.
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.
Sister Mary Estelle Conaty, R.S.M., a Sister of Mercy for 70 years, died at Mercy Center, Dallas, Pa., on Nov. 6. She was 88.
Over a million people converged on Crown Heights to enjoy Caribbean music, costumes, ethnic fare and moko jumbies at the 48th annual West Indian American Day Parade. Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio led a contingent of local Catholics.
Fun-Filled Catholic Schools Week at MCA Midwood Catholic Academy enjoyed an active and fun-filled Catholic Schools Week by playing its own version of Family Feud, holding a classroom door-decorating contest, hosting a living museum and having a laser light show. Students wore their wackiest socks on Crazy Sock Day, and each child donated a pair […]
Massgoers at St. Gregory the Great Church, Crown Heights, clapped and sang as the parish gardens were illuminated with white and multi-colored lights to proclaim the start of Advent. Following the 5 p.m. Vigil Mass on Nov. 26, Father Lamartine Petit-Monsieur, assisted by Deacon Andres DeLeon II, began the lighting ceremony with a prayer. Head […]