Kellenberg Students Awarded at Annual Respect Life Contest

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features, School News on April 28, 2015


Kellenberg Memorial High School students seized an unprecedented first place victory in four out of seven categories of the 2015 Diocesan Respect Life Contest. Their submissions were selected from over a thousand entries island-wide. Participants were asked to creatively address one of the life issues by submitting a poem, essay, photograph, bookmark design, photomontage board, video clip, or song... Read More

Kellenberg Hosts Annual Catholic League Communion Breakfast Featuring Dr. William Donohue

Filed under ARK, Events, Kellenberg Features on April 27, 2015

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On Sunday, April 26, Kellenberg Memorial High School hosted the annual Catholic League Communion Breakfast. The attendees were members from the four local high school Catholic League chapters (Kellenberg, Chaminade, Sacred Heart, and St. Anthony’s), as well as members from the Long Island chapter. The Mass was celebrated by Fr. Philip Eichner, S.M., Chairman of the Catholic League, and the... Read More

Lenten Prayer reflection by Adriell Louis

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 31, 2015


JN 13:21-33, 36-38 In this solemn portion of the Gospel, Jesus tells his disciples of His grim fate, though they do not fully understand it. He begins by indirectly calling out Judas, dipping a morsel from the Last Supper and handing it over to him. He tells Judas, “What you are going to do, do quickly.” Judas seems to have reached a point of no return. In this moment, Satan has entered... Read More

Sister Ann Thomas O.P. (’09) Speaks at 28th Annual Communion Breakfast

Filed under Alumni, ARK, Kellenberg Features on March 29, 2015


Article by Christina Benintendi & Mary Cannatella, Class of 2018: Last Sunday, March 22, Kellenberg Memorial High School held its 28th annual Communion Breakfast for freshman and Latin School students. This event started with Mass in which the freshman class and Latin School students participated with a banner and cross precession. The Mass was celebrated by Fr. Thomas Cardone, S.M, who had... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Steven Risso

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 29, 2015


MK 15: 1-39 This gospel reading is one of the most important in the bible and also one of my favorites. Whenever I read this passage I think that if Jesus was able to endure all of this pain and suffering for me then why cant I go to church every Sunday or pray every night. Why shouldn’t everyone be able to carry his or her daily crosses without complaint? I feel that this passage symbolizes not... Read More

Lenten Prayer reflection by Mary Kate Shea

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 28, 2015


Jn 11:45-56 ​This Gospel reading emphasizes the importance of doing God’s will, even under difficult circumstances. In this Gospel reading, Jesus has just performed the miracle of raising Lazarus from the dead, and the news of this marvel has quickly spread among the people. The Pharisees, fearing that the Romans may destroy the nation if the people start following Jesus, take Caiaphas’ advice... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 27, 2015

JN 10:31-42 In this gospel, Jesus is being accused of blasphemy. Yet, it is this impossible position for him. He cannot deny who he is and that He must do His Father’s works…and this simple truth results in accusations of lying and blasphemy. Have you ever been caught between a rock and a hard place? You want to tell the truth, but it might result in rejection or persecution? In that moment,... Read More

Lenten Prayer reflection by Robert Romano

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 26, 2015


JN 8:51-59 A covenant is an agreement or promise that someone makes with God. When we live our daily lives we as Catholics have made a covenant with God, which is always to honor our God, and to obey the 10 Commandments. Now that we are in the season of lent our will to strengthen and renew our relationship with God increases. We make a covenant with God for the 40 days of Lent, which states that we... Read More

Lenten Prayer Reflection by Katherina Palion

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 25, 2015

Lk 1:26- 38 Today’s Gospel is about the angel Gabriel’s annunciation to Mary that she is pregnant with the Son of God, whom she is to name Jesus. Even though Mary has no relations with a man, through the incredible power of God, she conceives a child. Mary’s faith in God has won her favor with Him, as the angel tells her. We too, should reflect on this idea that God will reward us... Read More

Lenten prayer reflection by Paul Samson

Filed under Lenten Prayer Reflections on March 24, 2015

John 8: 21-30 Jesus’ speaking to the Pharisees in today’s Gospel initiates their belief in Him, as He emphasizes that He is of greater power and origin. Jesus emphasizes that unless we come to fully believe in Him and turn away from our transgressions, we cannot live with Him after our deaths, for we will die with sin in our hearts. The most prominent words He speaks in this gospel read: “When... Read More

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