COVID-19 Reminder: Help “Slow the Spread” Welcome 2022! We hope everyone had a healthy Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! The Catholic Academies and Parish Schools within the Diocese of Brooklyn plan to continue to safely offer “in person” instruction for our school communities. Until further notice, all Catholic Academies and Parish Schools will… Continue reading 2022 COVID-19 Update
After a challenging year, the last days of summer are finally approaching.
In the Catholic tradition, the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary marks the end of the Blessed Mother’s earthly life as her body and soul become a holy whole in the presence of God in Heaven.
One of the most incredible things about the Catholic faith is the omnipresence of God in the everyday fabric of our lives.
For Catholics around the world, the start of the summer season marks a shift in the patterns of our religious lives.
It’s important to strengthen our ability to pray—it’s a practicable skill like any other.
Your support of our children, schools, and communities has made this year possible.
This summer, promote kindness within by encouraging the communication of empathy and the building of friendship.
Take the steps necessary to ensure a positive experience for your child amidst the uncertainty of life post-COVID.
Pentecost means something different to every Catholic, and each year, it’s important to review the history.