St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church 116 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11217 A goliath stone structure rising out of Sixth Avenue, St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church takes up the entire block…More between Park Place and Sterling Place. The church offers mass daily, in languages including Spanish, English and Creole.
Holy Name Church 245 Prospect Park W, Brooklyn, NY11215 Located just a few blocks south of Prospect Park, Holy Name Church is a Catholic church dating back to the 19th century.…More The church recently welcomed a new pastor, Reverend James K. Cunningham to its parish staff. The church grounds additionally host a Catholic school, the Holy Name of Jesus School. Mass is held Monday through Friday at 7am and 9am, Saturday at 9am and 5:30pm, and Sundays at 7:30am, 9am, 10:30am and noon. The 9am Sunday service is in Spanish.
Saint Francis Xavier Church 225 6th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 Saint Francis Xavier Church was founded in 1886, and is recognizable for its Gothic architecture and granite and…More limestone construction. The historical church is home to a welcoming Roman Catholic congregation. It offers mass and programs for children, teens and adults, and is active in the community through outreach programs.
Saint Saviour High School 590 6th St, Brooklyn, NY11215 Saint Saviour High School is an all-girls Catholic high school run by Saint Saviour Church. Despite the small student…More body, the school boasts a number of extracurricular activities, sports teams and Advanced Placement courses. In the past, the school has also enjoyed a 100 percent graduation rate.
St. Saviour Church 407 10th St, Brooklyn, NY11215 St. Saviour Church is known for its popular jazz masses on Sundays at 5 p.m., featuring light jazz music, a dimmed…More candle-lit atmosphere and, once a month, wine and cheese afterward. The church runs a Catholic elementry school and girls' high school. Various support groups hold meetings here, including Alcoholics Anonymous.
Bishop Boardman Apartments 1601 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 Bishop Boardman Apartments is a 200 unit housing complex for low-income seniors and those with mobility…More impairments. The complex is located between Windsor Place and 16th Street on 8th Avenue. The complex is sponsored by the Catholic Charities Progress of Peoples Corporation.
Holy Family Church 222 13th St, Brooklyn, NY11215 In 2006 Park Slope's Holy Family Church merged into one community with its fellow Catholic church Saint Thomas Aquinas.…More Since then, fewer services have been held at Holy Family, but 10 am Sunday mass is still held at the church, as well as Spanish services on Wednesdays. Regular healing masses are also held. The church boasts several beautiful stained glass windows.
Church of the Virgin Mary 216 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 Eighth Avenue's Church of the Virgin Mary is a Greek Melkite Catholic church. Services are offered in Arabic, and Arabic…More study programs are offered as well. The church itself was purchased in the 1950s from the Park Slope Congregational Church Eighth Avenue and Second Street, and remodeled into an indredibly ornate structure, replete with many stained glass windows.
Saint Saviour Elementary School 701 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY11215 Run by the neighboring Saint Saviour church, Saint Saviour Elementary School is a Catholic school for children…More in grades pre-k through eighth. The school offers a number of extracurricular enrichment programs, including cooking, basketball and comic book writing, as well as early-bird and late pick-up programs.
St Francis After School 763 President St, Brooklyn, NY11215 The St. Francis Xavier youth programs are held after school. They offer homework help, recreational activities, arts and…More crafts, family nights and more for local children to lead active, fun lives in a safe environment. They also help with standardized test preparation. The programs, held at the St. Francis school on a safe, quaint block, are offered to both the Catholic school and public school children in the area, up to the junior high level. Students may participate in dance, choir, science, sports, and more, with their peers.
Holy Name of Jesus School 241 Prospect Park W, Brooklyn, NY11215 Since 1885, the Holy Name of Jesus School has been educating Catholic girls and boys in the ways of both religion and…More academia. On the expansive grounds of the Holy Name of Jesus Parish, the Pre-K through 8th grade school is located just a few blocks from Prospect Park. The school additionally provides an after-school program that runs until 6pm.