Author Joe Benevento says his novels and poetry spring from the story of his youth — spent as one of seven children of an Italian-American family in Richmond Hill.
At 100 years and counting, Rosita Lewis is truly living her best life. Proudly wearing a sparkling crown bedazzled with the three digits marking her centennial year and a white and gold glitter sash, the Trinidadian-born great grandmother celebrated like a queen, surrounded by family, on June 11.
The Vicariate of Black Catholic Concerns conducted a Black Catholic History Month Convocation Nov. 4 at St. Teresa of Avila-St. Anthony of Padua parish, South Ozone Park.
For Black Catholic History Month, we’re highlighting the 2017 – 2018 Vicariate of Black Catholic Concerns’ Youth Ambassadors. Every week in November, you’ll get to learn more about who they are!
Challenging themselves to stay up all night and live their faith out loud, students shared in Holy Hour and Midnight Mass at the eighth annual youth Lock-in/Stay Awake-A-Thon Friday, March 3 at St. Thomas Aquinas, Flatlands.
Deacon John P. Dennehy, a retired deacon of the diocese, died Nov. 2 at Coney Island Hospital.
This week’s Tablet TALK features an animal awareness event inspired by St. Francis, Hispanic Heritage Month honors for Sunnyside’s Juan Rodriguez, an alternative Halloween celebration and much more.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights religious brothers raising awareness about vocations at St. John’s University, Catholic Schools Week festivities in Rockaway Park, an upcoming concert for all diocesan choirs and much more.
Meet the six priests celebrating their 25th anniversaries this year.
Sister Margaret de Sales Grob, C.S.J., a Sister of St. Joseph, Brentwood, for 76 years, died Feb. 4. She entered the congregation in 1939 from St. Teresa of Avila parish, South Ozone Park. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Latin from Manhattan College and St. John’s University, respectively. In 1975, she pursued clinical […]