Bishop Brennan Learns, Teaches During Catholic Schools Week Visits

During the second day of Catholic Schools Week, students ages 4 to 14 pressed Bishop Robert Brennan to reveal the mysteries of the man who leads the Diocese of Brooklyn, such as what it’s like to talk to Pope Francis, his thoughts about Major League Baseball, and even Italian cuisine.

At Brooklyn Jesuit Prep, Black History Is a Yearlong Subject

At Brooklyn Jesuit Prep, the portraits of Sister Thea Bowman and Mother Mary Lange that grace the school’s walls aren’t just there for Black History Month. Their portraits, as well as depictions of historical figures like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., are on display throughout the year. 

Annual High School Special Section 2022

Eighth-grade students in New York City are just a few weeks away from taking the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS) and choosing the high schools they wish to attend next year. 

Superintendent To Prioritize Teacher Salaries, Catholic Identity

The start of the school year also marks a new beginning for the Diocese of Brooklyn’s superintendent, who started his job on July 1 and is now overseeing the opening of classes. Deacon Kevin McCormack, the former principal of Xaverian High School in Bay Ridge, is now the person over- seeing the diocese’s 70 Catholic academies. Prior to becoming superintendent, he spent 37 years at Xaverian, first as a teacher of English and religion, then as principal.