The reopening of churches in the Diocese of Brooklyn and the return to normalcy after COVID-19 means that choirs are back, too. And for many singers, it’s not a moment too soon.
At this time of year, many in the Diocese of Brooklyn would be preparing their hearts and homes for Christmas get-togethers, door-to-door caroling, and hymns at Christmas Eve midnight Mass.
Curtis Sliwa, founder of the Guardian Angels, a volunteer organization known for patrolling New York City’s subways in the 1980s, never left the streets, but he and his group are back in a more prominent role, because of the spree of anti-Semitic crimes that have hit the area during the last month.
Though the police officers did not allow anyone to go on the street to start the J’Ouvert portion of the West Indian Day Carnival Celebration until 3 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 3, Catholics started celebrating on Sunday afternoon in St. Matthew Church on Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights.
Fifteen local women were recently honored by the diocesan ministry to Haitian immigrants for embodying the qualities of maternal figures from the Bible.
Catholics from the Caribbean put their pride on display as people from more than 30 countries celebrated Mass Sept. 3 and a block party at St. Matthew’s Church, Crown Heights.
For Catholics in Crown Heights, the annual celebration of the West Indian Festival, held annually on Labor Day, began with Mass celebrated at St. Matthew’s Church.
PAROCHIAL VICAR Rev. Robert Ambalathingal, from pastor of St. Pius V, Jamaica, to parochial vicar of Our Lady of Lourdes, Queens Village, while remaining coordinator of ministry to the Indian-Latin immigrants, effective June 30. NON-INCARDINATED Rev. Felix Sanchez, from parochial vicar of St. Joseph, Astoria, to administrator of St. Pius V, Jamaica, effective June […]
The Diocese of Brooklyn commissioned 65 new lay leaders from 34 parishes at a bilingual Mass at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church, Jamaica. The night was also a celebration of the years of service that catechists and ministers devoted to the Diocese of Brooklyn. Special recognition was given to Sister Alice Michael, S.U.S.C., for her 40 years of service to the diocese.
This week’s Tablet TALK offers details about John Michael Talbot ministry events in Brooklyn and Queens, a prayer seminar for the healing of families, a Year of Mercy-themed evening of art and music and much more.