With some string, beads, a ruler and devotion to Mary and the church, Emily Faugno set out on a mission. Mrs. Faugno always wanted to help the church. She answered an ad that a group of sisters posted, to teach people how to make rosary beads. “I believe it is very important to pray the rosary” said Mrs. Faugno in a recent interview for the Sacred Heart Catholic Academy newspaper.
Emily has made hundreds of rosaries over the past 20 years for the students and parishioners of Sacred Heart in Glendale, New York.
Mrs. Faugno was recently presented with a card and token of appreciation by the students of SHCA. Emily Faugno will forever be an inspiration and an example of love.
From left to right: Noelle Janello-Ruiz, Emily Clemente, Pastor Fred Marano, Emily Faugno, and Fr. John J. Fullum.
Students at Incarnation Catholic Academy participated in Red Nose Day by helping under privileged children from around the world through their generous donations. For more information on Red Nose Day, click here: home.rednoseday.org
The St. Michael’s Catholic Academy community joined together today to celebrate the achievements of three remarkable students – Fabio Colindres, Mia Fleitas and Mirella Monteza. Through hard work and dedication to their faith, these students are the first recipients of the St. Michael’s Catholic Academy Merit Scholarship. Each student has been awarded a $1,500 scholarship towards their 7th grade studies.
Please join us in celebrating our students and their academic achievement, character and service to the community.
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1st grade at St. Thomas the Apostle participated in our Read-A-Thon day.