An unlikely friendship between a Brooklyn family and a group of cloistered nuns living in a monastery has lasted more than two decades and is still thriving today.
Three men on Saturday, June 4 added the title of “Father” to their names, and learning their parishes parish assignments in the Diocese of Brooklyn. Their ordination ceremony was the first for Bishop Robert Brennan since he was installed late last year.
Michele Boucher prays to St. Joseph seeking intercession for her 16-year-old daughter, who has cerebral palsy. She didn’t know this was a possibility until she participated in a 33-day study about becoming consecrated to St. Joseph.
Father Dwayne Davis said that if he is ever called upon to run a food distribution program again, he knows how to do it, and parishioners will make it happen.
May Crowning is a traditional Catholic ritual held during the month of May. The tradition honors Mary and the “Queen of May.”
Out of more than 700 nominations, four parishes in the Diocese of Brooklyn won honorable mentions during this year’s Parish Excellence Summit.
Margaret Alaimo is the new athletic director at St. Joseph’s College Brooklyn in Clinton Hill.
Thirty years ago, three young Catholic adults were looking for a place where they could belong. Their search and open hearts led to the establishment of a group now known as C.A.B., Catholic Adults of Brooklyn.
Jim and Angela Calncey have been married for 50 years, and Angela summed their marriage up simply: “Without Jesus you can’t do it.”
First Grade Architects at OLGCA; Lent Means Baby Shower at St. Thomas