BROOKFIELD—Recently, first and second graders at St. Joseph School celebrated Presidents Day in a very real way. Instead of filling out piles of worksheets about the various U.S. Presidents and First Ladies, first and second graders at St. Joseph School each chose a President or First Lady Read More ››
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STRATFORD—The first and fourth grade students at St. Mark School worked together to make “bags of love” for the elderly at Lord Chamberlain Nursing Home in Stratford. The students filled each bag with candy and sweets and included in each a Scripture reading about love. The bags Read More ››
RIVERSIDE—“Oh, the thinks you can think” when Dr. Seuss’s best-loved characters collide and cavort in an unforgettable musical caper! Seussical is a fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza that brings to life all of our favorite Dr. Seuss characters, including The Cat in the Hat played by Bonnie Kelley-Young, Horton Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT—St. Ann Black Rock’s Corner Store is now open for business! The Corner Store is packed with great Catholic treasures and gifts. A variety of crucifixes, books, cds, prayer aids, statues, jewelry, art, candles, medals and more fill every corner of our little store. Open for 30 Read More ››
NORWALK—It may appear as though there is an epidemic of lost scarves locally as the colorful neckwear is springing up throughout many Norwalk locations, but instead the scarves, which are tied to trees and poles throughout the city, are a reminder from the St. Jerome Youth Read More ››
SHELTON—Brothers Peter and Garrett Gintoli of Shelton, both graduates of Notre Dame High School in Fairfield, will participate in the 18th Winter Deaflympics to be held in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia March 28-April 5. The competition will include teams from Canada, Finland, Russia, and USA.
Peter and Garrett were selected Read More ››
FAIRFIELD—Fairfield University will invite dozens of budding young poets to read from their award-winning poetry at the sixth annual Poetry for Peace Contest Winners’ Celebration on Friday, January 31.
The evening begins with a 5:30 pm reception before the awards ceremony and readings at 6:00 pm in Read More ››
TRUMBULL—St Joseph High School seniors had the opportunity to meet Senator Richard Blumenthal; Cathy Molloy, Connecticut’s First Lady; Bridgeport’s Mayor Bill Finch; as well as several other local and state officials.
The students were invited by Debra Greenwood, president and CEO of the Center for Family Justice, Read More ››
Assumption Catholic School in Fairfield is proud to offer congratulations to Jeanette Ahutal. A student in the fourth grade, Jeanette was selected as the first place winner by the Fairfield Fire Department for her drawing for the Fire Prevention Poster Contest. She is shown here with Read More ››
FAIRFIELD—Congratulations to Notre Dame High School’s Marisa Panuczak, class of ’18, who competed in the ISI Lake Placid Championships for figure skating in early January.
She won gold medals in each solo program she skated. Her artistic program earned her an entry into the final round competition Read More ››
All Saints Students help “Keep Christ in Christmas” with annual Knights’ poster contest. In a celebration of the true meaning of the Christmas season, nearly 500 students from All Saints Catholic School recently submitted entries in the Knights of Columbus’ annual Keep Christ in Christmas poster contest.
According to the Read More ››