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President Ronald Reagan inaugurated Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in 1983. Eventually, the frightful disease claimed his life. Currents News, Michelle Powers, reports that […]
Prayers in the Catholic, Muslim, and Jewish traditions fill Our Lady of Refuge Church in Flatbush — Father Michael Perry started this […]
In the Brooklyn Diocese, there are many reasons to be thankful. At Archbishop Molloy High School, a combined celebration is taking place. […]
Elementary school students at Good Shepherd Catholic Academy, Marine Park, are preparing for the church’s Christmas tree lighting. The annual event is […]
The Pope says the poor are the “passport to paradise.” During the first-ever World Day of the Poor, St. Peter’s Basilica was […]
The immigrant communities of Brooklyn and Queens are the bedrock of the diocese. So that all may join together in worship, Bishop […]
Catholics Care in the Brooklyn Diocese…and a further example is the Christmas campaign intended to brighten the holiday for many. The Diocese’s […]
There’s a Christmas campaign going on in Brooklyn, and the message is to “Put Him on Your List.” The Diocese is gearing […]
The Diocese of Brooklyn is posting the names of 13 men — former priests who were laicized due to credible allegations of […]
The first-ever World Day of the Poor will take place Sunday, November 19th. The initiative comes directly from Pope Francis. Catholic Relief […]