• Brooklyn bishop makes pitch for vocations at Citi Field

    Brooklyn bishop makes pitch for vocations at Citi Field

    • Sep 11, 2017

    During the first ever Catholic Day at Citi Field, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn used the occasion to promote vocations to religious life. Nearly 2,000 attended the daylong festivities, which included a stadium mass, entertainment, and a Mets game.

  • Racism ‘remains pre-eminent sin of nation, church,’ says Brooklyn bishop

    Racism ‘remains pre-eminent sin of nation, church,’ says Brooklyn bishop

    • Aug 26, 2017

    “Racism remains the pre-eminent sin of not only our nation, but also of our church,” said Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn. “We should not tolerate monuments to people who were racists or tried to destroy our democracy. We in the United States have our own particular original sin. It is called racism.”

  • U.S. Catholics urged to use Passion as motivation to change the world

    U.S. Catholics urged to use Passion as motivation to change the world

    • Apr 15, 2017

    Christian leaders across the United States have been using Holy Week liturgies to draw attention to the social issues affecting the country. Los Angeles Archbishop Joes H. Gomez said Holy Week is meant to remind Catholics what it means to be a Christian in today’s world and how they can bring hope and possibility to an uncertain society.