Pentecost means something different to every Catholic, and each year, it’s important to review the history.
2020 connected us all. We loved, we lost, we gained an appreciation for being together, even when forced apart. Our schools were able to open safely and remain open to give children stability and spirituality. We launched the St Thomas Aquinas Distance Learning Program for students who couldn’t, or chose not to attend school in-person classes. We helped provide devices for… Continue reading Catholic School, Reimagined
Heavenly Father, we pray for your guidance in the renewal of Catholic Education in Brooklyn and Queens. Focus our mission on helping children to grow in the love and understanding of Jesus. As Your Son welcomed the children, may we work to welcome all children in Your name. Help us to remember the roots of Catholic Education and embrace… Continue reading Prayer for the Year of Renewal for Catholic Education
Pastoral Letter for the Year of Renewal 2021 On the Feast of the Immaculate Conception on December 8, 2020, our Holy Father, Pope Francis, called the faithful to engage in “The Year of Joseph.” During “The Year of Joseph,” we remember the humble carpenter who was pivotal in our salvation. We are called to be… Continue reading A Letter from Bishop DiMarzio on Year Of Renewal