Advertisement

Religion

This week’s “Faith in Brooklyn” focuses on the achievements of families and youth, including new Sunday School, playgroup and reading programs being launched. … Full Article

Landmark Church names Fr. John E. Denaro as Rector

The Church of St. Ann & the Holy Trinity has named its current Priest-in-Charge, the Rev. John E. Denaro, as rector. The announcement was made public in the Sunday, July 14 edition of the parish’s Good News. … Full Article

Interfaith Iftar coming to Brooklyn

Interfaith Iftars have become a popular tradition in Brooklyn in recent years, and the custom is expanding throughout the Borough, through active outreach with the Turkish Cultural Center. … Full Article

Brooklyn’s Caribbean clergy endorse de Blasio for Mayor

A coalition of leaders from Brooklyn’s Caribbean clergy community announced its endorsement of Bill de Blasio for Mayor on Monday, citing his commitment to reducing income and economic inequality, and praising his support for two urgently needed police reform measu … Full Article

126th Giglio feast to take place in Williamsburg

One of the most spectacular, unusual traditional Italian-American feasts in the United States is taking place from July 10 to 21  in Williamsburg. … Full Article

Brooklyn Religion Briefs for June 19

As part of LGBT Pride Month, St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church will host a screening of the Sundance-Award-winning documentary,  Love Free or Die. … Full Article

Retired Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Sullivan of Brooklyn dies at 83

The Most Reverend Joseph M. Sullivan, retired Auxiliary Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, died on Friday, June 7, succumbing to injuries he sustained in a May 30 car accident. He was 83. … Full Article

Brooklyn Religion Briefs for June 5

Festivals Spotlight Cuisines Of Mediterranean Lands  … Full Article

Lebanese food fest in Brooklyn Heights

Music and dancing, carnival games, and delicious Middle Eastern food drew crowds to Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral’s annual Flavors of Lebanon food festival on Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights this past weekend.  … Full Article

Brooklyn's Catholic churches celebrate Feast of Corpus Christi

Catholics all over Brooklyn marked the Feast of Corpus Christi with masses, processions, and benedictions on June 2 celebrating one of bedrock beliefs of the church – that the Eucharist distributed during  … Full Article

Brooklyn Milestones In Faith for May 29

The Brooklyn Tabernacle celebrated the opening of its new—and present—building on Fulton Mall 11 years ago this week, on Sunday, May 26, 2002. … Full Article

  • Most Viewed
  • Most Commented
  • Most Shared
  • Past:
  • 1 day
  • 1 week
  • 1 month
  • 1 year