The Third Annual Great Diocesan Read-Aloud (GDRA) was another success across the Diocese of Brooklyn. Guest speakers, including authors, clergy members, first responders, and congresswomen, virtually visited 30 diocesan classes to read their favorite stories to the students.
As students across New York City return to school in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, remote learning devices are more essential than ever for their education. That’s why DeSales Media Group and the Catholic Television Network (which is a part of DeSales) are giving each child enrolled in a Catholic School an iPad or Chromebook plus free Internet access.
Churches in the Diocese of Brooklyn are engaging in frank talk about racism with the goal toward fighting hatred and emerging with a deeper understanding of the teachings of Jesus Christ.
Catholic Telemedia Network (CTN): Students Get Nearly 4,300 iPads Through DeSales Tech Grant
If you look into a classroom at one of the diocesan academies this fall, you may see the teacher holding a tablet instead of chalk and an eraser. Why? DeSales Media Group, technology and communications arm of the Diocese of Brooklyn and parent company of The Tablet, has arranged for a grant of more than 3,000 iPads to 32 academies.
Dear Editor: Gina Krainchich wrote a wonderful letter about Msgr. Michael Dempsey’s impact as the founder of the Catholic Television Network (CTN).
Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Academy in Flushing is starting the school year with an $86,000 new media center thanks to the efforts of the Catholic Telemedia Network (CTN).
Technology has positively impacted education in the Catholic schools and academies in the Brooklyn Diocese with programs for learning, professional development and the expansion of hardware, wiring and wireless access.
Catholic Telemedia Network (CTN) supports schools and academies in the Diocese of Brooklyn with digital learning programs, teacher professional development and technology grants that enhance student learning, connect students with the world and prepare them for the future.
Using technology to educate diocesan Catholic school children was the vision behind what is now known as Catholic Telemedia Network when it launched 50 years ago. Times have changed, but the mission remains the same.