Albanian roots organization donates statue of Mother St. Teresa to St. Athanasius Parish

“By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun. As to my calling, I belong to the world. As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus. ” … Full Article

Brooklyn Heights church holds ‘Sacred Conversations on Race’

This week, additional police killings of unarmed black males have made a scheduled dialogue about race all the more urgent. … Full Article

Kings Bay Y will launch programs in Fort Greene/Clinton Hill this fall

The Kings Bay Y will launch new Jewish family life programming in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill this fall with support from UJA-Federation of New York. The programming is designed for babies/toddlers aged 0-5 and will incorporate Jewish culture and themes. … Full Article

Two synagogues in Brooklyn receive Jewish Heritage Fund grants

Two Jewish Heritage Fund grants totaling $75,000 were awarded to historic synagogues in Brooklyn — a $50,000 grant to Congregation Baith Israel Anshei Emis for the restoration of its masonry facades and structural repairs to its towers, and a $25,000 grant to Congregation Ahavas Israel for  … Full Article

Step inside New Utrecht Reformed Church with the Brooklyn Eagle

Here's a privileged peek inside one of Brooklyn's historic treasures. The stones that built this church came over from Holland as ship ballast in the 1600s. It's a nice slice of Colonial history, smack in the middle of Bensonhurst. … Full Article

OMG! Pet blessing at New Utrecht Reformed Church

Bless the beasts of Bensonhurst. Pastor E.J. Emerson gave personalized benedictions to darling dogs and a fabulous feline named Gray Pawel outside historic New Utrecht Reformed Church on Saturday, Sept. 17. … Full Article
Damaged Statue in Williamsburg

Sweet Jesus! Holy statue busted by drunken man in Williamsburg

An apparently inebriated man broke a statue of Jesus outside of a Williamsburg church early Sunday morning and police would like to have a word with him and his two equally spiffed pals. … Full Article

Cantor who just released debut album sings at MSG women’s basketball event

Cantor Shira Lissek, a third-generation chazzan who served for many years as Congregation Mount Sinai’s cantor, had the chance to sing the time-honored patriotic song “God Bless America” at her first WNBA game with the women’s team, New York Liberty, at Madison Square Garden last week. … Full Article

Children of Abraham Walk called action of peace & friendship

People of the three Abrahamic faith traditions on Sunday observed the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks by walking together in solidarity. … Full Article

First Presbyterian Church welcomes Attorney General Loretta Lynch

First Presbyterian Church welcomed back a special guest this past weekend.  U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who began attending the church just after Sept. 11, 2001, returned on Sunday to offer remarks as part of the church’s Sept. 11 remembrance service. … Full Article


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