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Bishop's Christmas Luncheon
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Planned Giving

Planned giving is the best way for your gift to have a longstanding impact. We have created helpful tools for planning a gift to your parish, school, the Annual Catholic Appeal, the Be an Angel to a Student program, youth ministry or any other ministry in the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens.

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Support Your Parish!

Sunday offerings are by far the largest portion of financial support our parishes receive, and are critical to their ongoing vitality and sustainability of the mission of Jesus Christ. We are always thankful for the continuing generosity of our parishioners, and we have made it possible to donate online to any parish in Brooklyn or Queens.

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Bishop's Christmas Luncheon 2021

Join us this Christmas Season as we honor Bishop DiMarzio, Ed Wilkinson, and Robert Schirling at the 2021 Bishop's Christmas Luncheon!

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News & Events

Over-goal ACA Funds Bring Unexpected Renovations and a Sense of Community
October 25, 2021

By Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello As we come closer to the end of the year, we are so proud of our parish communities for coming together to support our essential diocesan programs, a feat that cannot be accomplished by one parish 

2021 Bishop’s Christmas Luncheon
October 5, 2021
Diocese of Brooklyn Hurricane Ida Relief Fund
September 20, 2021

  Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio is asking the faithful in Brooklyn and Queens to support parishioners and parishes in the Diocese of Brooklyn affected by Hurricane Ida by contributing to a voluntary second collection at Mass this weekend, Sept. 25. “We