LI Catholic: Kellenberg Students Ready for World Youth Day

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on July 20, 2016


From A banner featuring an image of Pope Francis is seen in a hallway following a commissioning Mass July 17 for World Youth Day pilgrims at Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale. The Marianists of the Province of Meribah are taking 121 seniors and 14 moderators from their community’s high schools, Kellenberg Memorial and Chaminade in Mineola,  on pilgrimage to Krakow, Poland,... Read More

Class of 2017 Celebrates Junior Spirit Day

Filed under ARK, Class of 2017, Juniors, Kellenberg Features on May 31, 2016

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Article by Maggie Matassa (’17): On Monday, May 23, the class of 2017 held its Junior Spirit Day at Coleman Country Day Camp in Merrick. At 8:30 in the morning, 470 juniors packed themselves onto buses, and we began our day of fun. We arrived and entered the main hall, where camp director Big Bob introduced himself, the counselors and explained to us how the day would go. From there, each homeroom... Read More

Kellenberg Memorial’s Easter Prayer Service

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on April 17, 2016

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By Jack Cassidy ‘17: On Wednesday April 12 and Thursday April 13, the students from the Bro. Joseph C. Fox Latin School and Kellenberg Memorial High School celebrated their annual Easter Prayer Service. After gathering into the auditorium, the prayer service opened with an exquisite musical performance by students Jeremy Capuder, Nicolas Castelli, Mary Donnelly, Kristen Gensinger, Kelly Kenny,... Read More

Sodality Helps Feed Those in Need

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features, School News on April 13, 2016


On Sunday, April 10, 2016, Mrs. Harnisch’s Sodality participated in the 10th annual Long Island Lutheran High School’s meal packing service project for the second year in a row. After meeting at the front steps of Kellenberg at 11AM, we went to Sunday Mass together at St. Brigid’s in Westbury. The Gospel passage for this Sunday was very ironic for us because it was about how Jesus helped... Read More

Kellenberg Students Honored at 2016 Respect Life Awards

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features, Latin School on April 8, 2016


Kellenberg Memorial High School and the Brother Joseph C. Fox Latin School are pleased to announce that twenty-two students were recognized either as Finalists or Place Winners in the March 16, 2016 Diocesan Respect Life Youth Awards Ceremony. Their submissions were selected from over a thousand entries island-wide. Olivia McNicholas (Poetry-Level I) Christina Razza (Poetry-Level II) Sandra... Read More

Kellenberg Juniors Travel to the Holy Land with Project Understanding

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on April 3, 2016

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Project Understanding 2016 from Kellenberg Memorial Video Productions on Vimeo. Reflection by Juliana Cosenza: Over February break, I along with 5 other fellow Kellenberg juniors, a Chaminade student, seven Jewish teenagers, a Rabbi and his wife, and Kellenberg’s Brother Timothy Driscoll, S.M. embarked on a journey to the Holy Land. Through this interfaith group called Project Understanding,... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Lena D’Amico

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 27, 2016

After reading this gospel reading it is apparent that God wants all people to forgive and be kind to all other humans. Jesus was sent to help us and we should realize that. We should preach the good news and help others to see him. For in forgiveness and kindness life is more beautiful and rewarding. If you believe in this and you live that way on earth you will have eternal life with Christ in heaven. Christ... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Julie Daga

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 26, 2016

LK 24:1-12 In this passage from Luke’s Gospel, Jesus had risen (on the third day) and the women from Galilee were confused and surprised when they saw that Jesus’ body was not in the tomb. They were frightened at the sight of “two men in dazzling garments,” whom I consider to be angels. The two men reminded the women of what Jesus had told them when He was still in Galilee–that... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Ally Chin

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 24, 2016

John 13:1-5 Even before the Passover, Jesus knew his time has come and he would pass from this world to heaven. Jesus already knew that Judas had been fooled by the Devil. At the last Supper, Jesus suddenly rose from the table and began to pour water into a basin. He then went to each of the disciples’ feet and washed them. When he got to Simon Peter, Peter asked him “Master are you... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Gaetana D’Auria

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 23, 2016

MT 26:14-25 In this Gospel reading, it tells us about Judas Iscariot, one of the twelve who betrays Jesus. It shows him taking the payment of thirty pieces of silver that he was promised by the chief priest if he turned Jesus over to them. Then, Jesus tells them to get ready and help prepare for the Last Supper. Later at the Last Supper, Jesus says to them: “Amen, I say to you, one of you will... Read More

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