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Catholic Schools Week Activities Around the Archdiocese, Jan. 28-Feb. 3

St. Gregory Barbarigo School in Garnerville begins its celebration of Catholic Schools Week with a student-led parish Mass Sunday, Jan. 28, at 9 a.m. The Feeding Our Neighbors food drive begins Monday, Jan. 29, with a Literacy Day for students. On Wednesday, Jan. 31, students can prove their skills in a Minute to Win It game. On Thursday, Feb. 1, students will wear their class colors as they watch the eighth-grade volleyball game. Friday, Feb. 2, is a day for teacher appreciation. The week will conclude on Saturday, Feb. 3, with a fashion show at 7 p.m. at Patriot Hills. more

Student Leadership Conference at Sheen Center Views Civic Engagement Through Catholic Lens

Retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. John Wissler, former commander of the Marine Corps Forces Command, will deliver the keynote address at the Superintendent’s second annual Student Leadership … more

Teachers to Explore How Science, Religion Intersect

Archdiocesan high school teachers are invited to explore the intersection of science and religion through talks and workshops in “Teaching at the Intersection of Science and Religion” at Cardinal … more

Elementary School Open Houses

During Catholic Schools Week, Touring Tuesday Open Houses (listed by county) will be held at the following schools on Jan. 30, 9-11 a.m., or by appointment. Other school open house dates are also … more

With Success Comes Growth For Blended Learning Model

Kieran Sullivan attests he and his schoolmates are benefiting from the Blended Learning teaching model at St. Patrick’s School in Yorktown Heights. The seventh-grader is among the students in … more

Schools Week, Strategic Planning and Parade Showcase Learning

Plans for special education teachers and resource rooms, continued cutting edge science and technology programs, a chaplaincy program and a renowned parade that highlights Catholic schools in the … more

S.I. Schools, Recalling Sandy, Assist Others in Need

The Staten Island Catholic School Region is continuing to make a difference in its community and beyond. Catholic schools in the borough raised $61,000 for the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston … more

A Little White Lamb Helps Young Students Learn Values

Youngsters throughout the archdiocese have been learning “values infusion” lessons this school year with help from a series of K-2 books called Loukoumi. The lessons focus on the importance of … more

Governor’s Cuts for Mandated Educational Services Don’t Add Up

After vetoing legislation that would have averted cuts in state reimbursements to Catholic and other nonpublic schools, Governor Andrew Cuomo still has a chance to make things right for the thousands of families across the state whose children attend those schools. more

Catholic Faith, Family Guide Santini to National Hockey League

Steven Santini says family and faith guided him in fulfilling his dream of being an NHL defenseman with the New Jersey Devils. “I think God played a big part of my life on and off the ice,” … more

Passion for Hockey Runs in the Family

Steven Santini developed a passion for hockey at a young age. The 22-year-old defenseman for the New Jersey Devils grew up at the family-owned Brewster Ice Arena in Putnam County and inherited his … more

Governor Vetoes Nonpublic School Aid Bill

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has vetoed legislation (S.6089) that would have averted cuts in state reimbursements to Catholic and other nonpublic schools. The cuts are based on the state changing a nearly … more

Iona, Manhattan Ready for Conference Basketball Battles

The Iona and Manhattan college men’s basketball programs account for the last five Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championships, and a sixth title may be on the horizon if one believes … more

Cardinal’s Christmas Luncheon Opens the Season in Style

On the feast of St. Nicholas, Cardinal Dolan welcomed the 765 guests to the 72nd annual Cardinal’s Christmas Luncheon, which he termed the official opening to the Christmas season in New York. … more

Young Adults Build Faith and Friendships Together at Mass

Michaela Cotter and Rebecca Rethwisch, who are newcomers to New York, have found friends and strengthened their faith by attending the archdiocese’s Office of Young Adult Outreach events. Ms. … more

Archdiocese Issues Report on Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program

In October 2016, the archdiocese launched the voluntary Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program (IRCP), part of its ongoing effort to renew its contrition to those who suffered sexual … more

Inner-City Scholarship Fund’s $125 Million Endowment Campaign Hits Goal

The Archdiocese of New York announced the successful completion of Inner-City Scholarship Fund’s $125 million Kids Are Our Capital endowment campaign Dec. 4. Led by a record-setting founding … more

Pallottine Conference Strengthens Teens’ Relationship With God

The Pallottine Teenage Federation Conference was a rewarding and spiritually uplifting one for John McKiernan. The president of the Pallottine Teenage Federation was among the 200 youth … more

Eager ‘Engineers’

More than 100 students from Catholic high schools participate in an Engineering Conference Nov. 29 at Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale. more
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