Catholic schools can change the world because they are the best way to develop the next generation of Catholics, said Deacon Kevin McCormack, the diocesan superintendent of schools.
When former congressman Lee Zeldin delivered remarks as the keynote speaker at the 123rd annual Cathedral Club of Brooklyn Dinner at El Caribe Country Club in Mill Basin on Thursday, Feb. 2, he wasn’t talking about the power of politics — he was talking about the power of prayer.
Anyone passing by Clavin’s Funeral Home in Bay Ridge on July 28 knew that someone important was being waked. A line that began on the second floor of the landmark establishment snaked out the door, and down the block. Friends patiently waited in line to pay their respects to Michael Long, the former state chairman of the Conservative Party and church activist, who died July 24.