Bishop Emeritus Thomas Vose Daily +1927-2017

Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio regrets to inform the faithful of the Diocese of Brooklyn of the death of Most Reverend Thomas Vose Daily, Bishop Emeritus of Brooklyn. Bishop Daily was born on September 23, 1927, ordained a priest on January 10, 1952, ordained a bishop on February 11, 1975, appointed as Bishop of Palm Beach from 1984 through 1990, and served as Bishop of Brooklyn from 1990 through 2003. Bishop Daily died on May 15, 2017 at the Bishop Mugavero Residence at Immaculate Conception Center.
The arrangements are as follows:
Wednesday, May 17, 2017:
Viewing: 2:00 PM – 9:00PM
Immaculate Conception Center Main Chapel
7200 Douglaston Parkway
Douglaston, New York 11362
Tel: 718-299-8001 Ext. 2100

Evening Prayer: 5:30 PM
Immaculate Conception Center Main Chapel
7200 Douglaston Parkway
Douglaston, New York 11362
Tel: 718-299-8001 Ext. 2100

Vigil Service: 7:30 PM
Immaculate Conception Center Main Chapel
7200 Douglaston Parkway
Douglaston, New York 11362
Tel: 718-299-8001 Ext. 2100

Thursday, May 18, 2017:
Viewing: 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Cathedral Basilica of Saint James
250 Cathedral Place
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(718) 852-4002

Vigil Mass: 7:30 PM
Cathedral Basilica of Saint James
250 Cathedral Place
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(718) 852-4002

Friday, May 19, 2017:
Viewing: 9:00 AM -10:30 AM
Immaculate Conception Center Main Chapel
7200 Douglaston Parkway
Douglaston, New York 11362
Tel: 718-299-8001 Ext. 2100

Funeral: 11 :00 AM
Immaculate Conception Center Main Chapel
7200 Douglaston Parkway
Douglaston, New York 11362
Tel: 718-299-8001 Ext. 2100

Burial:
Bishops’ Crypt
Douglaston, New York
Condolences may be sent to his nephew, Reverend Vincent Daily, at Saint Gregory Rectory,
2223 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02124.

Please pray for the repose of his soul and for the consolation of his family and friends. May he
rest in the peace of Christ, the Risen Lord.
Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio
Bishop of Brooklyn

Press Release from Diocese

St. Charles Welcomes Fr. Anselmus Mawusi

Fr. Anselmus Mawusi, from the country of Ghana, has been assigned to the Parish by our Bishop. Father Mawusi has two Masters degrees, one in Biblical Studies, and the second one in Spirituality and Spiritual Direction from Fordham University in 2006.  Father has served as Spiritual Director at St Paul’s Seminary in Accra, Ghana.  His assignment before coming to us was Youth Director and Vocation for his Diocese.  He also served at St. Therese of Lisieux in Brooklyn as well as St Helen’s in Queens. Please welcome Fr. Anselmus to our Parish!

Fr. Ed Appointed Brooklyn West Dean

On April 28th, Father Ed will be installed as Dean of the parishes in this area of Brooklyn, the Brooklyn West Cluster. In this capacity he will be working with the parishes to coordinate and foster an environment of working together.

If any Parishioners would like to attend a Vespers service at Saint James Cathedral at 3 p.m. that day for the installation of Father Ed and the other priests appointed as Dean of their cluster, kindly contact the rectory so that we can get tickets.

Moving at SCB

At the end of January, our rectory will be relocating. The Parish office will be moving to the new Parish Center at 31 Sidney Place. The priests’ residence will temporarily be at 1 Aitken Place (19 Sidney Place). Our email and phone numbers will remain the same, but please bear with us in answering or returning your calls during our move.