Msgr. McClancy Memorial H.S. in East Elmhurst commissioned 16 students as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion at their All Saints/All Souls liturgy. The celebrant was Father Jose Diaz from St. Leo’s in Corona.
A new science classroom at Saint Saviour H.S. is nourishing young minds and the environment. The all-girls Catholic high school unveiled its hydroponic lab.
Students and alumni from St. Francis Preparatory School in Fresh Meadows made personal sacrifices to follow in the footsteps of this 13th century icon. Nine St. Francis Prep students and two chaperones departed for Cape Girardeau, Mo., the home of their sister school, Notre Dame R.H.S.
At Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood, one common characteristic you can find in students is how service-oriented we are.Much of the service is centered in an organization at our school called the St. Marcellin Champagnat Society (SMCS). Named after our patron saint, it was founded in 2004 by Marist Brother Patrick Hogan and guidance counselor, Mr. Chris Dougherty.
Bishop Kearney H.S., Bensonhurst, celebrated International Women’s Day March 8 by honoring the women in our lives today and the women who have paved the way for us along the way.
Cold wind and snow made the morning of March 2 very dreary and likely a good day to stay indoors and under the covers. Surprisingly, the weather did not deter more than 150 youth from Deanery 7 in Flatbush who gathered at Our Lady of Refuge in Brooklyn for a retreat.
We attended the annual Stay-Awake-Athon overnight retreat held at St. Thomas Aquinas, Flatlands. The retreat was led by Father Dwayne Davis, pastor, and hosted by the Vicariate of Black Catholic Concerns (VBCC).
The Baking Club at St. Agnes Academic H.S., College Point, spent an “Afternoon in Paris” creating various French desserts.
Have you ever wondered how your medications and vaccinations have become so promising and safe? Unknown to many, the answer is found in one of the oldest living fossils – horseshoe crabs. It is also unfortunate that these precious sea creatures are at risk of endangerment.
More than 14 ethnic clubs from our Fresh Meadows school came together to share their typical foods and dances with family, friends, guests and the rest of the St. Francis Prep community.