The Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, a highlight of the summer in Williiamsburg, has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The pews of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Williamsburg were packed July 16 as Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio celebrated a bilingual Mass honoring the parish feast day in English and Italian.
A fresh wave of able-bodied lifters has rejuvenated an Italian tradition that dates back more than a century in Williamsburg and more than a millennium in Nola, Italy.
Dear Editor: I truly appreciated reading Ed Wilkinson’s column on little-known Barren Island (Aug. 27).
The 15th annual Dominican Parade and Festival of Brooklyn took to the Williamsburg streets Aug. 30 to display cultural pride in a colorful, musical and respectful way.
The gray-robed friar walking down Bedford Ave. on the Northside of Williamsburg may not blend in with the crowd. But then again, he’s just hoping to be noticed.
Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens officially renamed its single room occupancy apartments in Williamsburg after John J. Farrell, a board of trustee member.
The 18th annual Three Kings Parade in Williamsburg marched up Graham Ave. on Sunday, Jan. 11. The day began with Mass at All Saints Church. Mainly a march of school children from the predominantly Hispanic community, participants included the religious education program of St. Mary-Most Holy Trinity parish directed by Sister Carol Woods, S.F.M.A. The […]
Twelve members of the Class of 1954 from Our Lady of Consolation School and St. Vincent de Paul School, both Williamsburg, celebrated their 60th anniversary during a luncheon at Karczma Restaurant, Greenpoint. Graduates came from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Long Island and Queens. About 40 classmates have kept in contact and gathered for 50th and 55th […]
This week’s Tablet TALK has details about DeSales Media Group’s Carrie White and Kimberly Benn, who were honored at the 2014 Women in Business Networking and Awards Event, a special award for the Cadette Girl Scout troop from St. Kevin Church, Flushing, and more…