Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Academy students donate through Koinonia John the Baptist, an organization that sends funds and goods to needy communities around the globe. The school’s donations are routed through Koinonia’s Lourdes Mission, which is named after Our Lady of Lourdes.
At the Altar of the Lord in Mill Basin; Knights of Columbus Grow in Queens
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Academy, South Ozone Park, presents the musical comedy “Twelve Months A Year” on June 7 at 7 p.m.
Principals leading local Catholic academies and schools were honored at the annual Principals’ Longevity Recognition Awards Celebration at the Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston. They were recognized for their committed service, leadership and dedication to the mission of Catholic education within the diocese.
Bertha Vanegas, the mother-in-law of Deacon Jorge Alvarado of Our Lady of Perpetual Help parish, South Ozone Park, died June 3.
As one of Queens’ largest Catholic academies – with over 500 students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade – the faculty and staff of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Academy are diligent in their commitment to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, social and emotional growth of each child.
This week’s Tablet TALK highlights a Great Irish Fair gift for Catholic education, invites readers to help the NYPD with an outreach project in Queens, offers details on an upcoming vocation retreat and much more.
After three-and-a-half decades as a Catholic school educator in Queens, including 19 “life-changing” years as principal of St. Leo’s in Corona, Maureen Blaine is retiring – at least, officially.
As a seminarian, Father Marcial Thomas, 27, saw how God wanted to encounter and love His people and how priests can bring people closer to God every day.
The Diocese of Brooklyn commissioned 65 new lay leaders from 34 parishes at a bilingual Mass at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church, Jamaica. The night was also a celebration of the years of service that catechists and ministers devoted to the Diocese of Brooklyn. Special recognition was given to Sister Alice Michael, S.U.S.C., for her 40 years of service to the diocese.