Christ the King H.S. students gathered in their glamorous Roaring Twenties attire at the culmination of Ms. Mayer-Foley’s English class reading of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby.”
Dear Class of 2019, remember – in the end, it’s all good!
Common to most commencement speeches is the exhortation to approach life with boldness, to pursue one’s dreams, to live meaningfully, to honor one’s uniqueness and gifts, and to fight for the common good. The advice is definitely sound and seems to resonate with graduates.
The teachers, faculty, staff and students of St. Anselm Catholic Academy, Bay Ridge, came to school with their orange Spirit Day 2019 t-shirts May 24, and the excitement was palpable.
Eighteen students from Catholic schools and academies throughout Brooklyn and Queens competed in the annual public speaking contest held last week at Our Lady of Mercy in Forest Hills.
Bead by bead, or in this case balloon by balloon, students prayed the rosary at St. Athanasius Catholic Academy in Bensonhurst.
Young artists from St. Andrew Avellino Catholic Academy dazzled members of their community with whimsical displays and extraordinary works of art during their annual art show June 1 at the school in Flushing.
The Tablet asks students from around the Diocese of Brooklyn a question for the opinion section of the Youth page. This week: Nazareth R.H.S.
I believe there is hope for our planet. Times are changing.
As someone who lives in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, a neighborhood com- posed mostly of working class immi- grants, I see the struggles facing the immigrant and working class people of New York City on a daily basis.