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Kellenberg Students Volunteer with the Little Sisters of the Poor to Help the Elderly Poor Live with Dignity

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on January 22, 2015

Mother Celine Therese Vadukkoot addresses guests during a birthday party for centenarians Jan. 20 at the Little Sisters of the Poor's Queen of Peace Residence in the Queens borough of New York. Eight residents celebrating 100 or more years in 2015 were honored at the event. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)

Mother Celine Therese Vadukkoot addresses guests during a birthday party for centenarians Jan. 20 at the Little Sisters of the Poor’s Queen of Peace Residence in the Queens borough of New York. Eight residents celebrating 100 or more years in 2015 were honored at the event. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz) Article by Beth Griffin, Catholic News Service: QUEENS VILLAGE, N.Y. (CNS) — “I found... Read More

Juniors Responding Spiritually on Retreat at Founders Hollow

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features on January 20, 2015

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Article by Emily Clark, Class of 2016: Over Christmas break, over 80 students from the junior class received letters in the mail in which they were selected to join “Juniors Responding Spiritually” or JRS. “Juniors Responding Spiritually” is a group of juniors who use their exemplary leadership skills to run the retreats of younger students who are also growing in the faith. Half of these... Read More

Five Kellenberg Juniors to Participate in Project Understanding Pilgrimage to the Holy Land

Filed under ARK, Class of 2016, Kellenberg Features on January 14, 2015

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This February, five Kellenberg juniors will join with other Catholic and Jewish juniors from Long Island on a spiritual, educational, and life changing pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The trip will run from February 12 through February 22. The students representing Kellenberg Memorial High School are Charles Russell, Jon Michael Connolly, Tara Noble, Victoria Rubino, and Fiona Danyko. The other... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer Reflection by Rachel Buzeta

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 25, 2014

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Luke 2:15-20 December 25th evokes joy because it is the culmination of the advent season, a period of earnest anticipation for the coming of our Lord. Christmas Day marks the birth of our Savior. It celebrates the moment when Christ ushered in light and hope into a darkened world. Foretold long before His arrival, Christ’s birth also marks the fulfillment of God’s promise to provide a Savior.... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer reflection by Lindsay Appel

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 24, 2014

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Luke 1:67-79 In the Gospel from Luke, Zechariah speaks of his own child, St. John the Baptist, and Jesus. Zechariah had been mute for a long time after finding out Elizabeth was to bear a child, and the first words from his mouth are proclaiming joy to the Lord and how the Lord’s words will be fulfilled. Zechariah speaks of Jesus when he says that God is raising up a savior from the house of David... Read More

New Times Demand New Methods: Digital Application of the Ten Commandments

Filed under ARK, Class of 2018, Kellenberg Features on December 23, 2014

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Article by Christine Corio, Class of 2018: This past month, the freshmen completed a Scripture project in which we had to study one of the Ten Commandments and complete several different tasks using various apps on their iPads. We were instructed to research what our commandment means today in 2014 and what God’s intention was when He gave Moses the commandment for Israel. We were also asked to... Read More

Latin School CROSS Christmas Caroling at The Sunrise Assisted Living Residence

Filed under ARK, Kellenberg Features, Latin School on December 23, 2014

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Members of Latin School CROSS spent Monday afternoon, upon the conclusion of trimester exams, participating in an annual CROSS activity:  Christmas caroling at The Sunrise Assisted Living Residence.  After a brief “rehearsal”, students enjoyed a pizza lunch and then donned their holiday hats and walked to The Sunrise.  They sang in the main lobby initially and then headed to the Reflections... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer Reflection by Dominique Kercy

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 23, 2014

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LK 1:57-66 The gospel of Luke tells of the birth of John the Baptist, Jesus’s cousin. Elizabeth’s relatives are going to name the baby Zachariah after his father, but Elizabeth says his name will be John. They look to Zachariah for confirmation and he writes “John is his name” on a tablet. At that same moment, he is able to speak since the angel Gabriel made him mute for doubting... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer Reflectin by Amanda Martins

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 22, 2014

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Lk 1:46-56 ​The Gospel of Luke talks about the Annunciation of the Immaculate Mary. Mary said, “My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord, my spirit exults in God, my savior! He has looked upon his servant, in her lowliness, and people, forever, will call me blessed. The Mighty One has done great things for me, Holy is his Name. From age to age, his mercy extends to those who live in his presence.... Read More

2014 Advent Prayer Reflection by Suzanne Hom

Filed under Advent Prayer Reflections on December 21, 2014

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Luke 1:26-38 This passage from the Gospel of Luke recounts the Annunciation, where the archangel Gabriel reveals to Mary that she is to be the Mother of God. As can only be expected, Mary has questions and doubts about the angel’s awesome message. In the end, she accepts her role in God’s grand design and bears in her womb Jesus Christ, God become man. As human beings, we tend to wonder... Read More

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