THEATER 2020, Brooklyn Heights’ own professional theater company, is pleased to announce a family-friendly production of William Shakespeare’s “A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM” running 9 performances Friday, May 17th through Sunday, June 1st, 2013 at Saint Charles.
Dates and Times: (Please note varying dates and times)
Fri. May 17th at 8 pm
Sat. May 18th at 8 pm
Sun. May 19th at 3 pm (matinee only)
Fri. May 24th at 8 pm
Sat. May 25th at 4 & 8 pm (matinee & evening performance)
Thu. May 30th at 8 pm
Fri. May 31st at 8 pm
Sat. June 1st at 8 pm
Tickets are $18 cash only at the door, and doors open one half hour before the performance.
Reservations booked at www.theater2020.com or 718-624-3614
Adults who have been baptized and received First Holy Communion but never received Confirmation may be confirmed at the 10:30 a.m. mass on Pentecost (May 19th). Please email Father Ed in order to be prepared and signed up for this very special Sacrament of Confirmation.
Sr. Helen Prejean, C.S.J., author of the best-selling book Dead Man Walking, spoke at the Mary McDowell Friends School on May 15. St. Charles co-sponsored her talk, “Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States” Read the rest of this entry »
What’s the 2nd sign of a dynamic Catholic? Study! Join us as life long learners and continue striving to learn more about your faith. Go deeper with your faith as you study the Bible. Who: Women’s Bible Study Group Where: St. Charles Borromeo, Sidney Place (please meet at the Aitken Place side entrance) When: Wednesdays at 6:30 PM What: Topic this May to June 2013: Women of the Bible: 52 Bible Studies for Individuals and Groups (by Jean E. Syswerda)
If interested please contact, Cristina Rosado Landron at 646-541-7549 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sergio Sandí (piano, St Charles Borromeo Music Director, NYC), Francis Liu (violin, NYC), and Natalie Spehar (cello, DC), performed on Saturday, May 4 a thrilling evening of piano trios. The eclectic program features classic works by brilliant minds, Wolfgang A. Mozart and Robert Schumann, and then moved on to explore the exotic flavor of famed Spanish composer Joaquin Turina, and the passionate tangos of Astor Piazzolla. Read the rest of this entry »
We, the family of St. Charles Borromeo Parish, dedicate ourselves to our faith in God. We celebrate our faith through the Eucharist, proclaim our faith through the Gospel, and express our faith by seeking to build a community which is a living testimony to the power of God’s love for His children.
Rev. Edward P. Doran, Ph.D, Pastor
St. Charles Borromeo Church is wheelchair accessible. Entry ramp is located on Aitken Place.