• February 13, 2017

    On Saturday, February 11, Kellenberg Memorial High School's liturgical choir, the Gregorian Consortium, provided the music for the 5:00 PM Liturgy at Holy Spirit Parish in New Hyde Park. This year, the Gregorian Consortium wanted to begin a new tradition, whereas they would give back to the community, by playing

  • February 8, 2017

    By Madison Keller '18: For the past 27 years, Kellenberg Memorial students have been participating in Junior/Senior Prom at Queen of Peace Residence run by the Little Sisters of the Poor. The students started the night by picking up their dates at their rooms and then heading down to the

  • February 8, 2017

    On Thursday, February 2, the Senior Sodalities of Mr. and Mrs. Dugal, Mrs. Gaspe, and Mrs. Page joined together to celebrate four years of friendship and fellowship in Sodality. Students enjoyed dinner, prayer, and fun as they reflected on their four years together. Mr. Dugal offered a beautiful blessing and

  • February 8, 2017

    By Brianna Hartmann '18: On Thursday, January 26, 2017, 50 Kellenberg juniors, in company with Brother Michael Gillen, S.M., Mr. and Mrs. Harnisch, and Father Thomas Cardone, S.M., embarked on an incredible journey.  This journey required a very strong faith from all members, because it included participation in the March

  • January 30, 2017

    Article by Gunyley Jean-Pierre '12: Over this past weekend, the Boys Varsity Basketball team took a trip to Founders Hollow Retreat House. This retreat is an annual event that has been going on since Coach McCutcheon took over the basketball program. During the retreat, the team participated in many personal

  • December 25, 2016

    December 25, 2016 LK 21:29-33 In gospel LK 21:29-33 Jesus tells his disciples about the parable of the fig tree. Jesus says that the way we can distinguish what season it is by looking at the natural cycle of trees is the same way we should distinguish when God is

  • December 24, 2016

    December 24, 2016 LK 1:67-69 In the gospel LK 1:67-69 Zechariah prophesied to his people. This gospel states all of what the lord has promised his people. The lord has promised them free worship and no harm from their enemies in his name. He states, "...to guide our feet into

  • December 23, 2016

    On Thursday, December 22, members of Latin School C.R.O.S.S. continued their yearly tradition of Christmas caroling at the conclusion of trimester exams.  After the English exam, about 40 CROSS students got together for a brief rehearsal before heading to a lunch of pizza in the cafeteria.  Then, with red hats,

  • December 23, 2016

    December 23, 2016 LK 21:12-19 On this final day of Advent, one simple question remains: are you ready? Our society begins playing Christmas carols before Thanksgiving and constantly airing Christmas ads which reveal the best sales of the year; however, do these help us to be ready to encounter Jesus

  • December 22, 2016

    December 22, 2016 LK 1:46-56 The Gospel reading for December 22 is from the first Chapter of the Gospel of Luke. In this Gospel, Mary is saying what is known as the Magnificat. The word "Magnificat" translates to praise. Mary is proclaiming her joy to the Lord because she is

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