Mother’s Long-Lost Memorial to Child Revived in Marian Garden at St. Agnes

About two dozen parishioners huddled beneath umbrellas Saturday, May 20 at St. Agnes Parish, Carroll Gardens for the grand opening of the Marian Garden. The garden’s centerpiece is a statue of the Blessed Mother. It replaces an earlier statue that memorialized Victor Grant from the parish, who drowned at a Boy Scout summer camp in 1967.

Young People Garden and Farm for a Better Future

A staggered group of seven ecology interns and Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) volunteers lived on the 212-acre Brentwood property between the end of May and the beginning of August — pursuing their passions and making the Earth a greener place, one row of plants at a time.

Obituaries, Week of Dec. 26, 2020

Sister Lucy Mary Blyskal, C.S.J.; Sister Claire Veronica Kobe, C.S.J.; Sister Dolores Jean McLaughlin, C.S.J.; Sister Elaine Margaret Roulet, C.S.J.; Sister Florence Symes, C.S.J.; Sister Patricia Maris Tully, C.S.J.

The Legacy Lives on at St. Joseph HS

Less than a year before St. Joseph H.S. will close its doors in Downtown Brooklyn for good, alumnae, faculty and students participated in the final Women’s Professional Day, Nov. 22, encouraging one another as a community rooted in the mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph, the order that runs the school.