It’s been just over a year since Kaitlyn Rose Bernhardt of Mill Basin died from cancer, but the investigation into making her an ocial saint of the Catholic Church has already started with Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio’s blessing.
With bright yellow T-shirts symbolizing the light of the life of their classmate Kaitlyn Bernhardt, who passed away in 2018 after a courageous two-year battle with bone cancer, students from the Bensonhurst high school held a variety of school events honoring their Kearney sister.
This free conference is for people who are living with cancer, their families, friends, caregivers and healthcare professionals.
Longtime radio broadcaster Ed Randall not only defeated prostate cancer, but he also runs a foundation committed to raising awareness of the disease.
On Sept. 16, students from both Xaverian’s middle school program, Genesis, and high school in Bay Ridge joined forces to Go Gold to raise awareness of pediatric cancer. The Go Gold effort has been spearheaded by Camille Orichio-Loccisano, who lost her son, Frankie, a member of Xaverian’s class of 2008, to pediatric cancer in 2007. […]
A natural partnership has developed between Holy Cross and The Mary Louis Academy, and now they’re using that cooperation to fight cancer.
At the Swish for Kids Classic, the men’s basketball teams from St. Francis College and the College of Mount St. Vincent put on a clinic for children battling cancer and those who have completed their treatment.
Thanksgiving weekend is a time to take stock of all the blessings God has bestowed upon us and to do exactly what the holiday’s name says to do – give thanks. However, for one Brooklyn family, the events of the past few months have cast a shadow over God’s blessings. But even so, it has […]
Get your tickets to the annual Coaches vs. Cancer College Basketball Classic Nov. 21-22 at Barclays Center. Nov. 21 will be “CYO Night.”
St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr, Ozone Park, continued its slate of games in its first annual “Battle Against Breast Cancer” hoops tournament.