A local Korean pastor is concerned about how decisions made by President Donald Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un will affect his life in Queens.
As the Year of Mercy draws to a close in the coming weeks, Brooklyn and Queens Catholics shared a day of prayer and pilgrimage focused on the Mother of Mercy.
In Brooklyn and Queens, 1,125 adults and children will receive the sacraments at the Easter Vigil. Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio greeted them during the Rites of Election and Call to Continuing Conversion last Sunday, Feb. 14.
Photos from Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio’s ordination of 19 men to the permanent diaconate on Saturday, May 23.
Sokwon Im, of St. Paul Chong Ha- Sang parish, Flushing, is a native of Seoul, Korea. He has been married to Hyekyung for 24 years and they have one son and three daughters. A construction engineer, he is active in his parish as a member of the Parish Council. A Mass thanksgiving will be celebrated at […]
While Christians around the world continue to face persecution for their faith, large numbers of Americans continue to flock to the Catholic Church.
This Easter, parishes in Brooklyn and Queens will welcome almost 1,100 new members to their congregations. These men and women who wish to join the Church have been preparing with weekly lessons for the past several months through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults program.