The opening night of the 41st Gregorian festival was a night of reunion for many since the pandemic, but also a night to remember a beloved priest.
It took more than nine months of planning, but for the first time, the “One Youth Rally” retreat on Oct. 5 brought together teens from the 10 different Queens parishes within Deanery 5 for a a variety of opportunities for the youth to grow in their faith.
St. Gregory’s Theatre Group in Bellerose is marking its 35th birthday with a revival of its first play – “Godspell,” a musical based on parables in the Gospels. It’s directed by Kathleen Rollo Ferrara, who started the theatre group as a teenager in 1979.
Educating Mind, Body and Soul At St. Gregory the Great School, Bellerose, our mission is to educate the complete person: mind, body and soul. The Christian way of life is taught and modeled by teachers, and the Gospel message is proclaimed. Service is provided to our community and those around us. St. Gregory’s offers: […]
Sister M. Agnes Patrice Milott, B.V.M., 92, a member of the Sisters of Charity, B.V.M., for 73 years, died Dec. 26, 2012, at Caritas Center, Dubuque, Iowa. In the Brooklyn Diocese, she taught fifth and sixth grade at St. Gregory the Great, Bellerose, 1959–62. She also taught elementary school in Chicago, Grayslake, Elmwood Park and […]