Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the papal nuncio to the United States, said that Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio was selected to lead an apostolic visitation to the troubled Diocese of Buffalo because of the “trust” the Vatican has in him.
The French Catholic community in Cobble Hill welcomed their compatriot and Vatican nuncio to the United States, Archbishop Christophe Pierre Oct. 7 to their Sunday Mass.
Father Pablo Sans, who lives at Our Lady of the Cenacle rectory in Richmond Hill, marked his 65th year as a priest on March 15.
Court St. in Brooklyn became a boulevard of red, white and blue when the Long Island Chapter of the Knights of Columbus sponsored its 112th annual Independence Day Parade in Brooklyn on Saturday, June 24.
Sister Elizabeth Minturn, S.C., a Sister of Charity, Halifax, Nova Scotia, for 64 years, died at Mercy Hospital, Rockville Centre, L.I., May 17.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights a seminar on women’s health and fertility, a sacred sites open house, spring planting in Queens, an upcoming multicultural celebration and more.
Ruth Samalca-Manligoy and Deacon LeRoy Branch Jr. are shining examples of faith and service in the Brooklyn Diocese, and that’s why they were selected as two of the diocese’s Shining Stars this fall.
After a man in a truck deliberately ran down hundreds of people in Nice, France, killing 84, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio joined the local French community in St. Agnes, Boerum Hill, July 17, to pray for the deceased.
Sister Mary McKenna, C.S.J., a Sister of St. Joseph, Brentwood, L.I., for 80 years, died in St. Joseph’s Convent, on March 18.
Sister Francis Louise Sheridan, M.S.B.T., a native of Brooklyn who was born as Agnes Theresa Sheridan, and a member of the Missionary Servants of the Blessed Trinity for over 65 years, died Feb. 14.