After undergoing building-wide deep-cleanings in August, the 66 Catholic schools and academies in the Diocese will be operating differently than previous years when physical reopenings take place on Sept. 9.
Every Holy Thursday, we are reminded that Jesus celebrated the Passover meal with his Apostles. This year, it took on new meaning for the students of Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy, Douglaston. Rabbi Gordon Yaffe of L’Dor V’Dor in neighboring Little Neck came to the school on Monday of Holy Week, April 15, to explain the Seder Meal of Passover.
Nearly eight years after establishing itself as Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy, the school celebrated the opening of its new 4,000 square foot building with a Mass and special blessing Dec. 3 at the parish that shares its historical roots, St. Anastasia, Douglaston.
Children’s author Michael Sampson appeared at Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy, Douglaston, during Catholic Schools Week to share his books and to inspire students to write and read.
For the 10th consecutive year, colorful expressions of faith were on display at The Tablet’s annual Keep Christ in Christmas Art Contest award ceremony Jan. 25. Out of the nearly 1,000 student-entries, only 11 winners were selected to celebrate their creative achievements at the Archbishop John Hughes Knights of Columbus Council, Dyker Heights.