Pope Francis is calling on Catholics around the world to stand for peace in the holy land.
He wants Oct. 27 to be the day people pray and fast.
In response, Bishop Robert Brennan will celebrate with a holy hour and Mass. He said there’s no room for hate in the Diocese of Brooklyn.
A Holy Hour will be held at 11 a.m., followed by the Mass at the Cathedral Basilica at 250 Cathedral Pl., Downtown Brooklyn, at noon on Friday, Oct. 27.
Bishop Brennan recently reached out to several rabbis to express his support for the Jewish people.