FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 20, 2017
EXPERIENCE THE MIRACLE OF CHRISTMAS AND A NIGHT OF HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT
On December 20, 2017, at 7:00 p.m, Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio, Bishop of Brooklyn, will join DeSales Media Group and the Co-Cathedral of Saint Joseph for a Christmas extravaganza filled with family entertainment, a live musical production and a visit by Santa. Bishop DiMarzio will give the opening blessing before the start of the festivities.
7:00 pm – Opening show, hosted by Liz Faublas, with special performances by actor Anthony Mangano; hip-hop/R&B artist Kei-Landa, performing her hit original Christmas song “Put Him on Your List“; 13-year-old soprano Diana Marie Paunetto and cabaret singer Charlie Romo.
7:30 pm – “Miracle of Christmas” live musical. The production, written and directed by Sister Maria Amador, tells the story of the birth of Jesus Christ and, this year, includes new original songs and choreography. The show stars Aaron Heaps who plays Joseph, and Jasmine Neil who plays Mary.
8:30 pm – Santa arrives at Church
8:45 pm – Good night blessing outside Church
Tree lighting and Christmas light show
Selfies with Santa, hot chocolate and cookies
Doors open at 6:30 pm at the Co-Cathedral of Saint Joseph located at 856 Pacific Street in Brooklyn.
For more information on tonight’s show please contact Adriana Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org or at
The first graders made homemade snowflakes as their hands on experiment for their Sequence Unit in Science class. They also wrote reports on what they had done.
8th Grade figures out how to use Scientific Notation in real life.
4th Grade is Number 1!
The fourth grade has succeeded in Achieve 3,000! They have ranked number 1 out of the whole school for reading. This program requires students to read an article and then participate in a series of activities based on that information to get points.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 18, 2017
SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR AT LINCOLN CENTER
TO BENEFIT CATHOLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION
On Monday, December 18 at 8 pm, Futures in Education of the Diocese of Brooklyn presents its annual Spirit of Christmas Spectacular. The star-studded event will be held at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts’ David Geffen Hall. The Christmas concert will feature Australian-Italian tenor Alfio, Brooklyn’s own operatic tenor & retired NYPD officer Daniel Rodriguez as well as popular crooner Charlie Romo.
Broadway stars will also take the stage including: Alexa Green, who starred in the San Francisco and Los Angeles companies of the hit show Wicked, Jesse JP Johnson, who is currently performing in the musical SpongeBob Square Pants, Kyle Dean Massey, known for his roles in Pippin and Wicked and Shayna Steele, whose credits include Rent and Hairspray.
The concert benefits Catholic academies and schools in Brooklyn and Queens. The mission of Futures in Education is to ensure that the gift of an excellent Catholic education continues to be a viable option for current and future generations of deserving students. Futures in Education provides assistance to the neediest of students, through endowment funds and fundraising programs that focus on key educational priorities.
For more information on tonight’s concert, you can contact Adriana Rodriguez at 516-238-7565 or at email@example.com.
The St. Edmund Elementary School Robotics Team, “The Nerd Herd”, under the direction of Mr. Michael Zwosta, competed in the First Lego League’s Hydro Dynamic Challenge. The group worked to research a problem within the human water cycle and design a solution using a robot that could improve the way people find, transport, use or dispose of water. The challenge culminated the Team’s work for the first half of this academic year. The Nerd Herd will now go on to perfect the abilities of their robot, and begin the process of preparing for next year’s challenge, Inter- orbit Space Exploration.
OLTCA celebrated their annual Christmas Concert this week.
The students of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Academy generously gave back! Each year, they work with Our Lady of Mercy Church and St. Michael’s Church in Brooklyn. Their students buy Christmas Gifts for children (of all different age groups) of those parishes that are in need of a brighter Christmas. This is such a humbling day for the children as they are taught a very valuable lesson…it is better to give than receive
Each child (from Pre3 to 8th grade) were able to present their gifts to the representatives of the churches. By the time they were done, the stage was full of Christmas presents!
This year Our Lady of Trust Catholic Academy was lucky enough to be asked to perform at the King County Democratic Chairman Mr. Frank Seddio’s Christmas Lighting Ceremony! Thousands come to see Mr. Seddio’s display every year, it is a great community affair.
Mayor De Blasio came to the event and spoke to the students, which was a real treat for all. After, our dancers got to introduce Santa with their ‘Santa Claus is coming to Town’ dance!