St. Thomas Aquinas parish in Flatlands held a special Family Fun Day under sunny skies on Saturday, June 16.
The fifth annual Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Hall of Fame ceremony recognized 10 deserving individuals who dedicated their lives to youth sports in the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Youth from across the Brooklyn Diocese spent their first weekend during Lent at a Stay-Awake-Athon, an overnight lock-in at St. Thomas Aquinas, Flatlands, Feb. 16-17.
A standing-room-only crowd filled St. Thomas Aquinas Church as the Flatlands faithful honored two beloved pastors on the feast of the parish patron.
St. Thomas Aquinas was once again the site of the Msgr. King Basketball Tournament, played for the 49th time, Dec. 26-30, and featuring top boys’ varsity teams from New York City and beyond.
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!
Father Dwayne Davis, administrator of St. Thomas Aquinas parish, Flatlands, led a group of 43 parishioners on a pilgrimage to Fatima, Portugal.
If the patron saint of youth, St. John Bosco, could have stepped into Carnesecca Arena for Steubenville NYC, he would contemplate just how the third-largest indoor sports arena in New York City could have transformed into a snippet of heaven.
Father Dwayne Davis, the newly appointed administrator of St. Thomas Aquinas parish, Flatlands, bore the monstrance as the Corpus Christi procession made its way through the streets of the neighborhood.
Sister Mary Patricia O’Connell, R.S.M., a Sister of Mercy for 58 years, died April 18. She was 76.