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Posted on Apr 29, 2019



Adriana Rodriguez

John Quaglione 



Brooklyn – DeSales Media Group is proudly announcing that Programming and Production Director and Host of NET TV’s “Walk In Faith”, Craig Tubiolo, has been nominated for an Emmy Award in the Sports Documentary Category The honors will be given out at the upcoming 62nd Annual New York Emmy Awards.

A Brooklyn native, Tubiolo has been nominated for his production of “Ring of Faith”, a documentary film which portrays a link between the sport of boxing and the practice of religion. The film features actor Mario Lopez, former professional boxer Paulie Malignaggi, two-time welterweight world champion boxer Shawn Porter, Vatican officials and Showtime Sports President Stephen Espinoza among others. The film will be released in July by Virgil Films.

“I am honored to have been nominated for a New York Emmy Award and am truly grateful to all those who helped make “Ring of Faith” a reality. This film highlights boxers who have been gifted by God and have used their talents to steer people onto a path of success,” said Craig Tubiolo.

“Ten years ago, I had the vision to produce a film that’s centered around what happens inside of a boxing ring, from the perspective of it being life’s stage. At the moment a boxer steps into the ring, they only see the red and black colors of the corners. Everything else is left ringside. It is my hope that this film will help broadcast this message across religion and culture,” continued Tubiolo.

The 62nd Annual New York Emmy Awards will take place on Saturday, May 4.

To view the “Ring of Faith” trailer, visit To arrange an interview with Craig Tubiolo, media is encouraged to email

Voter Registration

Posted on Sep 6, 2016

Don’t forget to vote in the New York City Primary Elections on September 13! Polls are open from 6 a.m. – 9 p.m. If you have any questions about where to vote or to check if you are registered, call the NYC Board of Elections at (212) 487-5400, email or go to!


Witnessing To Hope, A Candlelight Vigil

Posted on Jul 12, 2016

On Monday, July, 11, in the wake of continued violence between the police and communities around the country, Brooklyn community members joined in Grand Army Plaza to pray for healing. Nearly 2,000 members of the community were joined by local police officers, NYPD Deputy Chief Chaplain Robert J. Romano, NYPD Chaplain Monsignor David L. Cassato, Rev. A.R. Bernard, Dr. Uma Mysorekar of the Hindu Temple Society, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, and The Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio, Bishop of Brooklyn, for the vigil.

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DeSales Media Group designed and distributed the event flier and program booklet, below.


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Voter Registration Drive

Posted on Jun 8, 2016

Diocese of Brooklyn Non-Partisan Voter Registration Drive!

The Diocese is undertaking a massive voter registration drive, with schools and academies registering parents of students from June 6 through June 10, and our parishes featuring voter registration tables outside of Sunday Masses on June 12. This service to our parishioners and parents is useful for those who need to register for the first time, update their registration, change their party affiliation, or simply make sure they are registered voters. To participate or volunteer, see your pastor or school principal for details.


School Captain: Volunteer Information


Parents: For Parents in the Diocese of Brooklyn


Flyer For Families of Catholic School Students – Español


Parish Captain: Volunteer Information


Parishioner: For Parishioners in Diocese of Brooklyn


Flyer For Parishioners – Español


Posted on Sep 18, 2015

The Education Tax Credit (ETC) legislation would provide $150 million in additional funds to help families pay tuition. Last year, the ETC came very close to passing into law but came up short in the State Assembly.

To make it a reality, we need even more families, teachers, and staff to make our voice even louder! Go to, click on “Take Action” and make your voice heard!


NYPD Announces Street Closures and Expected Traffic Delays Relating to the Visit of Pope Francis

Posted on Sep 16, 2015

The New York City Police Department today announced street closures and anticipated traffic delays relating to the visit of Pope Francis. The use of public transportation for the duration of the visit is highly encouraged.

Below is a list of all of the street closures that will occur during Pope Francis’ visit:

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Statement on Education Tax Credit Bill

Posted on Jun 23, 2015

This message is being sent on behalf of Vincent LeVien, Director of External Affairs for the Diocese of Brooklyn.

Once again, our elected officials in Albany have failed their constituents. Incorporating the Education Tax Credit into this year’s budget would have helped strengthen programs at public schools, helped enable scholarship organizations to make private and parochial schools more affordable for families, and helped teachers pay for classroom supplies. But the Education Tax Credit was left out of the final deal. Speaker Heastie chose not to help us. The State Assembly chose not to help our schools, teachers, and families. They decided that instead, we would have to settle for payments on mandated services that were already owed to our schools. That’s not good enough.

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The Unions Assembly Democrats Refuse to Hear

Posted on Jun 16, 2015

The following Editorial was published in the NY Post on June 15, 2015:

Here’s a rarity for New York: Assembly Democrats are standing firm against dozens of labor groups by blocking a bill that would help the union members’ kids.

The bill would encourage giving to union (and other) scholarship funds, by offering donors a tax credit. Grants from these funds would go to poor and middle-class families, including those who belong to the unions, to help them afford private and religious schools and so escape rotten public schools.

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Statement From Invest In Ed Coalition Spokesman Bob Bellafiore

Posted on Jun 15, 2015

“Assembly Member Nolan’s last-second proposal is a phony-baloney ruse that’s as misleading as it is useless to families in need. She continues to oppose real school choice for middle class and lower-income families.

“While rich people have choice in education, Assembly Member Nolan is only willing to toss crumbs to the middle class and the poor, who need real help if they’re going to close the income and educational gaps for their children. This bill proves that if it were up to her, only the wealthy would be able to afford real school choice.

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Major Union Leaders Speak Out in Support of Education Tax Credit Call on State Assembly to Pass Bill Before Session Ends Next Week

Posted on Jun 15, 2015

Brooklyn, NY – Labor leaders today called for the adoption of the Education Tax Credit before lawmakers finish their work for this session – which is scheduled to conclude on Wednesday, June 17. With the bill being a priority for Governor Cuomo as well as having passed the State Senate several times with strong bipartisan support, it is now up to the State Assembly to determine whether working families will get the help they need for their children’s education.

The proposal has received strong endorsements from a coalition of unions. With the clock running out, union leaders representing first responders, firefighters and public safety workers called on the State Assembly to pass the bill.

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