A mystery persists at Salve Regina Catholic Academy, part of St. Michael-St. Malachy Parish. There, a few years ago, a student challenged the pastor with a decidedly pointed question.
St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, New York, held an inaugural ceremony on Oct. 21 to officially welcome its new president, whose own academic life centered on two schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn.
Classmates at St. Athanasius Catholic Academy on Thursday represented all parochial school students in the Diocese of Brooklyn in a special goodbye and “thank you” to Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, who retires on Nov. 30.
This year, Lisa Muller-Leo transferred her first-grade daughter Harley from public school to St. Mel’s Catholic Academy in Flushing. The school where Harley attended kindergarten apparently had no clue several weeks into the academic year.
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When Audrey Powers went boldly into space Oct. 13 with the actor who played the original Captain Kirk on “Star Trek,” the thoughts, prayers and cheers of Mount de Sales Academy, her alma mater, went with her.
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Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School, East Flatbush, paid tribute to Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio during an Annual Gala on Oct. 5.
Catholic students in Bayside, Queens learned Oct. 7 that candidates for sainthood don’t have to be pious adults who lived hundreds of years ago, but also modern-day kids like themselves and Blessed Carlo Acutis, whose relict hey venerated at a Rosary Rally led by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio.
In September Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio announced the introduction of a new Catholic social justice curriculum that will be incorporated into religion classes in all schools, Catholic academies, and religious education programs in the diocese.