As your child navigates through life, they will encounter situations that may invoke feelings of shyness or discomfort. These feelings are completely normal, everyday situations — but as a parent, you can help circumvent this by developing your child’s confidence with the Bible.
Flying Classroom visits Catholic Schools of Brooklyn and Queens!Students apply STEM+ to Help Historic Pilot Acquire Learjet to Explore the World of STEM+! The Flying Classroom soared into town to give Catholic School students from the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens a bird’s eye view of the aircraft and meet the pilot and STEM ‘mission’… Continue reading Flying Classroom visits Catholic Schools of Brooklyn and Queens
Watch the newest webisode on how our Catholic academies celebrate diversity by creating a classroom environment where all students can work together and understand that individual characteristics make people unique. By doing so, students can learn the values of community, acceptance, and respect while building on cultural knowledge.
It’s a joy to see all our returning students and to welcome so many new faces as they walk through the halls of our schools for the very first time. Welcome to Catholic school.
2021 BACK TO SCHOOL COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS: The Office of the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn, which includes 69 elementary schools in Brooklyn and Queens, today has announced the COVID-19 safety protocols that will be in place when school opens on Wednesday, September 8, 2021. In the absence of a… Continue reading Putting Safety First
OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM THE DIOCESE OF BROOKLYN Announcements and Memorandum from the Secretariat for Evangelization and Catechesis @BrooklynDiocese @BQDiocesePress @BklynMarriage @BklynFamRspLife @dremusco pic.twitter.com/xUbZXl23tY — DOB Evangelization and Catechesis (@BklynCatechesis) March 13, 2020 CHURCHES & LITURGY In an effort to be proactive in our response to the spread of the Covid 19 Virus, Bishop DiMarzio has… Continue reading March 13th – additional statement and information
When the Saints go marching in! Third grade Saints and Msgr. Machalski. Some of the saints represented are Saint Rose of Lima, Saint Francis of Assisi, St. Therese de Lisieux, Saint Dominic, Saint Rafael and Saint Michael. Saint Joan of Arc, Saint Bernadette, Saint Teresa, Saint Aaron and more.
Holy Trinity was a proud participant in the Whitestone Merchants Association Block Party! Many thanks to the students and parents who came out to celebrate the day and support both our school and the community at large.
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy in Astoria celebrated its Opening School Mass with the installation of the SFACA Student Council. Nine council members, from sixth through eighth grade, promised to work with the student body to build a better academy. Msgr. Maresca, pastor and Ms. Anne Stefano, Academy Principal, led the installation which concluded… Continue reading St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Academy in Astoria
Catholic Students Celebrate Clerics of the Brooklyn Diocese on World Priest Day