Msgr. Bernard J. Quinn as an Army chaplain
in France during World War I.
In 1922, he established St. Peter Claver,
the first church for black Roman Catholics in Brooklyn.
VESPERS CELEBRATION ON TUESDAY JUNE 18TH, 2019
At the national conference for U.S. Catholic prelates, Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio introduced Monsignor Bernard Quinn for canonization.
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio and pilgrims from the Diocese of Brooklyn traveled to Westbury, Long Island. They were there to commemorate the death […]
Currents correspondent Katie Breidenbach visits St. Peter Claver Church in Bedford Stuyvesant, which was founded by Monsignor Bernard Quinn, […]
Msgr. Paul Jervis, pastor of St. Martin de Porres Parish in Bedford-Stuyvesant joins host Msgr. Kieran Harrington in-studio […]
…An early pioneer for civil rights. Monsignor Bernard Quinn was the son of Irish immigrants, but did much to help Black Catholics in the Brooklyn Diocese.
Come along with Nick Vavas travels to St. Peter Claver church, Bedford-Stuyvesant, BK. within the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens.