The Tablet’s Fall 2020 College Section is an informative resource for students and parents on colleges and enrollment for Catholic schools in the New York metropolitan area.
Months ago, 11-year-old Romeo Cox in Italy secretly hatched a plan to somehow visit his grandmother Rosemary in England. Romeo and his granny hadn’t seen each other in a year and a half when the coronavirus pandemic struck. So, he repeatedly asked his parents if he could walk to see her because he missed her.
Eighth-grade students in New York City are just over two weeks away from taking the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS) and choosing the high schools they wish to attend next year.
The Tablet has invited local Catholic high schools to participate in this special section to help prospective high school students and their families be aware of their options and make a final decision.
Youth ages 11-18 at St. Therese of Lisieux Roman Catholic Church said they felt lonely during the COVID-19 quarantine. Seeing a need, the parish’s youth ministry team created a speaker series over the summer to engage the kids and help them grow spiritually.
The Tablet’s Spring 2020: College Edition is an informative resource on colleges and enrollment for students and parents of the Brooklyn Diocese.
Wearing judicial robes and holding a small print copy of the U.S. Constitution and standing behind his desk in his chambers, New York State Supreme Court Judge Vincent Del Giudice told the story of the two thieves to students from Bay Ridge’s Xaverian H.S.
Manhattan is a beautiful place (once you forget all the traffic, people shouting in the streets, construction, sirens and dogs barking). But have you ever taken a deeper look, like underground?
The Tablet asks students from around the Diocese of Brooklyn a question for the opinion section of the Youth page. This week: students from Fontbonne Hall Academy, Bay Ridge.
Since she was 5 years old, The Mary Louis Academy junior Myah Mitchell has been dreaming of becoming an astronaut.
For those young Catholics in the diocese who sometimes feel misunderstood when they want to express their faith publicly in a city like New York, pray to Blessed Peter To Rot for help.