The 47th annual March for Life in Washington, Jan.24, became a reunion for members of the Cathedral Preparatory School and Seminary, Elmhurst. Alumni, seminarians and students shared their personal witness as a voice for the voiceless.
Who is St. Josephine Bakhita? The answer is as beautifully complex as the woman, pictured to the left, whose feast day is celebrated Feb. 8 — the same day the church acknowledges as the International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human
The Tablet asks students from around the Diocese of Brooklyn a question for the opinion section of the Youth page. This week: students from St. Saviour H.S. in Park Slope.
“We’re not girls, we’re athletes,” was engrained in my brain ever since my middle school basketball coach made us say it out loud after practice. Coach Allen would say, “You’re not girls, you’re what?” and we would shout, “Athletes!” and then head to the locker room.
Three years ago, if you told me that I’d be going to Panama for World Youth Day 2019, I’d advise you to consult a psychologist, because in my book, you’d be considered crazy.
More than 400 entries poured into The Tablet’s newspaper offices competing for a winning spot in The Tablet’s annual Keep Christ in Christmas art contest. Students submitted colorful pieces of artwork from Catholic academies, high schools and churches from around the diocese.
The Tablet asks students from Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Woodside about attending the March for Life in Washington, D.C.
The ROCK Youth Group at St. Francis de Sales Parish in Belle Harbor spends quality time once a month visiting the retired Sisters of St. Joseph at the Stella Maris Convent in Rockaway Park.
High school seniors and faculty from Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood, took part in their annual 12 mile walk called the “World Trade Center Walk.” The school set a new record of participants with more than 70 seniors trekking to Lower Manhattan from Queens.
In December, before students at The Mary Louis Academy (TMLA) pressed send on their smartphones or devices, they received a reminder that with one click, what they share on social media can drastically affect their lives down the line.