Bed-Stuy Faithful Showcase Their Faith Through Art

The parish of St. Martin De Porres, Bedford-Stuyvesant, hosted its fifth annual art exhibit at Brooklyn Waldorf School, March 3.Local artists, professional and amateur alike, were invited to display their talents in accordance with this year’s theme: “Let Our Praise Arise.”

Chicago Priest Reflects on Being Catholic and Black

Father Michael Trail was the main celebrant at the Black History Month Mass Feb.11. The guest homilist from the Archdiocese of Chicago, Ill., celebrated at St. Peter Claver Church. The Bedford-Stuyvesant church was originally built for the local black Catholic community under the direction of the late Msgr. Bernard Quinn.

Being Like Jesus to All

BEING A NATIVE New Yorker, I am very much accustomed to the New York City subway system. Having taken the subway trains all my life to get within the five boroughs, I am aware of how the system works. I am also aware of my surroundings while riding the subway at certain times of the day.

Steubenville NYC Leads Teens Closer to Christ

If the patron saint of youth, St. John Bosco, could have stepped into Carnesecca Arena for Steubenville NYC, he would contemplate just how the third-largest indoor sports arena in New York City could have transformed into a snippet of heaven.

Father Willy Kingsley Ndi

When Father Willy Kingsley Ndi, 31, was a child in Cameroon, Africa, he fell in love with sacred things.