More than 40 eighth grade students from local Queens schools, including Wieczorek, participated in the “Names, Not Numbers” program. The program was created by educator, Dr. Tova Fish-Rosenberg.The project is described as an interactive, multimedia Holocaust oral history documentary.
An annual event that dates back to 1974, Catholic Schools Week is a time when Catholic schools across the country hold a variety of community-building activities that range from Masses, open houses and musical and talent showcases to “buddy days” where upper grades mentor younger students in their schools.
Sacred Heart of Jesus parish in Bayside will host an Advent Taizé Prayer Service, Dec. 16.
Several elementary academies and schools are welcoming new principals and assistant principals this September.
The Tablet, with the generous collaboration of the Archbishop John Hughes Knights of Columbus Council No. 481, invited youth from Brooklyn and Queens to participate in the annual “Christ Is Risen Easter Art Contest.”
Hundreds of residents lined the streets of Bayside as the neighborhood held its inaugural St. Patrick’s Day Parade down Bell Blvd. on March 24.
Msgr. Thomas Machalski was installed March 10 by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio as the new pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Bayside.
This week’s Tablet TALK offers opportunities to get a fresh start in this new year and highlights those who have made significant achievements.
Singing glory to the newborn King, children who attend the faith formation program at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Bayside, dressed in full costume to present a Christmas pageant just in time for the Savior’s birth.
The Justice and Peace Committee at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Bayside, presents “This Changes Everything,” a documentary and discussion on climate change on Oct. 26.