BRIDGEPORT—“The first week after our new playground opened, one of my teachers came to me with tears in her eyes to thank me for getting it finished,” recounts Sister Christine Hoffman, ASCJ, principal of St. Raphael Academy in Bridgeport. “She told me that the students were Read More ››
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FAIRFIELD— Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic School welcomes all to their vegetable and flower garden! The students have worked hard in constructing a garden full of lush veggies and bountiful flowers, and now it is time to sell them to anyone and everyone. The St. Thomas “Giving Read More ››
From her first years as a cloistered nun through her tenure as headmistress at Convent of the Sacred Heart in Greenwich and Executive Director of the Catholic Academy of Bridgeport, Sister Joan Magnetti, RSCJ, has been committed to quality Catholic education for all students.
For more than Read More ››
RIDGEFIELD—Saint Mary School grade three and four students recently visited the Ridgefield Public Library to spread kindness by hiding bookmarks with positive messages in books in the Children’s Library.
Mary Tappan, SMS Librarian led students in brainstorming words of kindness and positivity to put on their bookmarks. Read More ››
SHELTON—Two years ago, limited enrollment forced the merger of St. Lawrence and St. Joseph’s schools in Shelton and St. Jude School in Monroe as the Roman Catholic Diocese fought to maintain its private school presence in the area.
The newly consolidated school — Holy Trinity Catholic Academy Read More ››
WILTON—Our Lady of Fatima School-Wilton held its commencement exercises on Friday evening, June 14 for its graduating eighth-grade class. The event included a Mass celebrated by Reverend Damian Pielesz and the gospel and homily offered by Our Lady of Fatima pastor, Father Reginald Norman. Featured commencement speakers Read More ››
STAMFORD—If a rainy move-in day is really a sign of good luck, then the Catholic Academy upper school has a really bright future in its store for it.
The long-anticipated move to the newly-renovated space in the west-wing of the Trinity Catholic building is becoming a reality. Read More ››
DANBURY—Beginning in the 2019-20 season, Immaculate High School will return to an independent ice hockey team with a new coach and an excited commitment to build an independent team and take on the challenges of the highly competitive world of Division 1 high school ice hockey. Read More ››
STAMFORD—The summer months leave no shortage of news from Trinity Catholic! The following are two recent alumni stories and one future alumni story.
Trinity’s Willette in West Point Academy Program
Our own Fiona Willette took on a challenge of a different kind last weekend.
West Point Military Academy Summer Read More ››
STAMFORD—On a bright beautiful morning that was Pentecost Sunday 2019, Bishop Caggiano blessed the newly-renovated classroom and lab space that will house the Catholic Academy’s Upper School this fall.
The mood was reflective and anticipatory as several hundred people attended mass at St. Gabriel’s church. This special Read More ››
Four out of five of our diocesan schools have recently celebrated graduation. A heartfelt congratulations to the Class of 2019!
Immaculate High School Class of 2019: Graduation and Top Ten Seniors
DANBURY—Immaculate High School graduated 124 seniors at its Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, June 1 at the Western Read More ››
DANBURY—At a special Mass celebration recently, Immaculate High School dedicated its renovated Chapel to the late Monsignor John B. Hossan, the founding principal of Immaculate High School.
“For over 50 years, Mass has been celebrated in this Chapel. This renovation assures that our school community will be Read More ››
STAMFORD- Superintendent of Diocesan Schools Dr. Steven Cheeseman brought good news to Trinity High School Commencement Ceremony and to the entire high school community this evening when he announced that Trinity would remain open and move forward with plans for the future.
The auditorium erupted in joy and Read More ››