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Faith In Brooklyn for February 21

Ten Commandments Are Politicized Says Unitarian Church’s Pastor, Author of New Book, ‘No Other Gods’ Rev. Ana Levy-Lyons Was Guest Preacher At Neighboring St. Ann’s Episcopal Church … Full Article

Brooklyn Oratory marks 30 years as ‘A House of Prayer in an Urban Center’

Joy and prayer are central to the urban ministry at the Brooklyn Oratory of St. Philip Neri. The Oratorian community celebrated its 30th anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 11, marking — to the day — when Pope St. John Paul II established it as a Pontifical Congregation. … Full Article

Immigration rights activist Ravi Ragbir honored by bishop of Long Island Diocese

Ravidath Ragbir, the immigration rights leader who has personally faced imprisonment and deportation, received the Bishop’s Cross Sunday in Brooklyn Heights for his work in the community. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for Jan. 17

Outspoken Brooklyn Heights Clergy Preach About Ongoing Civil Rights Struggles Rabbi Lippe Preaches on King’s Speech That ‘Laid Bare’ Myths About Racism … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for Jan. 10

Heights Synagogue and Church Present Joint Martin Luther King Day Services … Full Article

Grace Church Brooklyn Heights calls first black rector in 170-year history

Grace Church Brooklyn Heights, which was founded in 1847, has announced that the Rev. Dr. Allen F. Robinson will be its 15th rector — and first black rector in the parish’s 170-year history. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for December 19

Congregation Mount Sinai celebrates quadruple joys … Full Article

St. Mary’s Church to hold annual Christmas Boutique

In what’s become a yearly tradition, St. Mary’s Antiochian Church on 81st Street and Ridge Boulevard in Bay Ridge will hold its popular Christmas Boutique on Saturday, Dec. 2 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. … Full Article

Faith In Brooklyn for November 21

Lafayette Ave. Presbyterian Church Installs Rev. David Telfort as Pastor … Full Article

Brooklyn Jewish Hall of Fame honorees come from wide spectrum of fields

Some were blessed to be born and raised in Brooklyn. Others, in the words of civil libertarian Ira Glasser, “made Aliyah to Brooklyn.” … Full Article

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