Service Is ‘Most Important Thing’ For East New York Octogenarian

Angela and Harry Clines names are inscribed on a bell inside the 125-foot tall tower at St. Michael’s Church in East New York. It is a testament to the Clines family’s faith and service to one of the diocese’s oldest churches, and that legacy continues today.

Brooklynite Chosen as General Superior

Sister Maria Catherine Iannotti, P.V.M.I., was elected General Superior of the Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate June 19 at Marycrest, the Congregation’s motherhouse, in Monroe, N.Y.

Father Henry Torres

For Father Henry Jose Torres, 26, the path to priesthood has not been easy, but it has been full of unexpected blessings.

Tablet TALK: Giving Thanks for Parents and Saints

This week’s Tablet TALK highlights two new saints and some beloved parents in Woodside, an update on a Dyker Heights girl who was blessed by the pope and hopes to walk again, a Mass honoring the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Mary and much, much more.

Father Philip J. Fabiano

Former Brooklyn Pastor Was Capuchin for 60 Years

Father Philip J. Fabiano, O.F.M. Cap., a member of the Capuchin Franciscan Friars of the Province of St. Mary, died on May 4, at the Leo House, Manhattan. He was 78. Born in Manhattan as Frederick J. Fabiano, he was baptized at the Capuchin Church of Our Lady Queen of Angels, East Harlem. He entered […]