Posted May 2, 2013
The Catholic Charities - Progress of Peoples Development Corporation,
subsidiary of Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens, invites
submit Proposals for the rehabilitation and adaptive
reuse of the former Our
Lady of Loreto Church building.
Click on the link below to read the full proposal.
Posted June 27, 2012
Posted May 2, 2012
The Our Lady of Loreto Family Apartments are now open for applications.
Click on the link below for more details.
Posted April 23, 2011
The Catholic Church finally issued a press release with respects to
the saving of Our Lady of Loreto Church from being demolished.
Click on the link below.
Posted March 3, 2011
To all. There has been some miss information posted on the Our Lady of Loreto
message board which has been deleted. This is just to inform you that everything
is going as planned. The church will not be torn down and I will be posting an
update in the very near future.
Posted October 8, 2010
Father Sweeney has happily agreed to be the Chaplain of the New
"Father Sorrentino" Chapter of the Knights of Columbus of Our Lady of Loreto.
Until the OLL Church site is restore and opened, the K of C
meetings will be held at the Presentation OLL Church.
Posted September 26, 2010
As we begin the start of the new Our Lady of Loreto Cultural Center, we are happy to announce
the reopening of the Knights of Columbus. (Father Vincent Sorrentino Council # 4629)
This is the same Council that was formerly located on Pacific St.
The new Father Vincent Sorrentino Council of the Knights of Columbus
will be based out of the OLL Cultural / Don Bosco Center.
Temporary meetings will be held at Presentation/OLL Church on 1677 Saint Marks Ave.
in Brooklyn as we wait for the Don Bosco Center to be repaired.
Membership dues is only $35.00 per year.
For membership information or any other questions please contact
Posted June 11, 2010
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Posted May 13, 2010
Bishop DiMarzio has agreed to Save Our Lady of Loreto Church from being Demolished.
The pressure received from many groups, individuals, community leaders, politicians, etc.
have collectively convinced the Diocese to change their mind.
We are grateful for his decision and expect him to keep his word.
Read the latest article in the New York Daily News