The Big Event is one of the largest, one-day, student-run service projects in the nation where the students of colleges and universities come together to say ‘thank you’ to the residents of their college neighborhood.
The major relics of a Polish-born Franciscan friar, who voluntarily gave his life for a stranger in a Nazi concentration camp, are on pilgrimage in the Brooklyn Diocese through July 24.
The 15th annual Dominican Parade and Festival of Brooklyn took to the Williamsburg streets Aug. 30 to display cultural pride in a colorful, musical and respectful way.
The 61 new lay leaders from 37 parishes will coordinate new or existing parish ministries.
Dear Editor: I am a parishioner at Blessed Trinity in Breezy Point. All three of our priests are excellent homilists but I would like to recognize and give credit to Jim Ruoff, one of our deacons.
He is concise, clear and to the point. He gives background and often touches on all of the day’s readings to connect them and show their relevance to our lives as we live them.
The 18th annual Three Kings Parade in Williamsburg marched up Graham Ave. on Sunday, Jan. 11. The day began with Mass at All Saints Church. Mainly a march of school children from the predominantly Hispanic community, participants included the religious education program of St. Mary-Most Holy Trinity parish directed by Sister Carol Woods, S.F.M.A. The […]