New CYO Hall of Famers Practiced Values of Sport

The fifth annual Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Hall of Fame ceremony recognized 10 deserving individuals who dedicated their lives to youth sports in the Diocese of Brooklyn.

Sports Round-Up July 15

The Catholic Youth Organization of Brooklyn and Queens closed out its sports year by crowning diocesan champions in baseball, softball and soccer.

Our Lady of Hope Catholic Academy

The mission of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Academy in Middle Village is to provide a Catholic education that fosters the spiritual and academic development of each child. The responsibility for academic and spiritual growth is a shared endeavor among students, parents, faculty and administration.

Youngsters Sing for Elderly

During Advent, the combined youth ministries of Our Lady of Hope and Holy Trinity parishes with their leaders, Tom Lynch and Father Cezariusz Jastrzebski, sang Christmas carols at Whitestone Nursing Home.

CYO Fall Soccer Champs

The 2016 Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) fall soccer season wrapped up recently at Aviator Sports Complex, Marine Park.

St. Stan’s Battles Breast Cancer

Over 30 CYO teams from Brooklyn and Queens entered the “Battle Against Breast Cancer” tournament. All proceeds were donated to charity organizations researching breast cancer.

Our Lady of Hope

The mission of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Academy, Middle Village, is to provide a Catholic education that fosters the spiritual and academic development of each child. It is a shared endeavor among students, parents, faculty and administration.

Obituary: Virginia Lee Havriliak

Virginia Lee Havriliak, 80, the retired director of religious education at Our Lady of Hope parish, Middle Village, died April 15. She had held the position for more than 30 years. She was a graduate of Resurrection-Ascension School in Rego Park, and Bishop McDonnell H.S., Crown Heights. She is survived by her husband, George Al […]

Bishop Sullivan’s Name Lives in Middle Village

The late Auxiliary Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan was remembered with a street co-naming last weekend in Middle Village. His sister, Fran, suggested that it was appropriate because she said, “He was a man of the streets.”