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Jack Raslowsky, President of Xavier High School, Offers Some Kind Thoughts About the BPAA During His Fireside Chat

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Jack Raslowsky, President of Xavier High School, and our 2018 Honoree, hoisted the BP banner on Thursday, May, 7th to honor our canceled Annual Dinner. Thank you, Jack. We all missed being with you.

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BP Alumni Road Map – 2020

Brooklyn Prep Alumni Road Map – 2020 NY still has the largest number of our Alumni but there is a wide dispersion of Alumni across the US. Many thanks to our WebMaster Bernie Noonan ’62 for creating this analysis.

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Easter Sunday Thoughts from Father Dan Fitzpatrick SJ ’53

If you look carefully at the accounts of the Resurrection in the Scriptures, you’ll notice that there are a lot of questions raised in the course of the narrative. Let’s look at two of those questions this Easter morning.

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Doctor Anthony Fauci – His Dedication to Public Service Was Formed at a Jesuit High School

He’s America’s tough-love grandpa at a moment when top political leaders are frequently more like irresponsible dads prone to happy talk nonsense.

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Read the wonderful story in America Magazine about John Sexton ’59 and his love for BP.

John Sexton is an attorney and academic who served as president of New York University from 2002 to 2015. Formerly Dean of the School of Law, Mr. Sexton continues to serve NYU as Benjamin F. Butler Professor of Law. A lifelong Catholic, Mr. Sexton graduated from the now-defunct Jesuit high school Brooklyn Prep, later earning a B.A. in history, an M.A. in comparative religion and a Ph.D in history of American religion from Fordham University. He earned his J.D. from Harvard University and has authored several books including “Baseball as a Road to God: Seeing Beyond the Game” in 2014.

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Class of ’71

On Sunday, March 8, 2020 thirteen classmates from ’71 enjoyed an early dinner at Antonio’s on Belmont Avenue. For many it was the “last supper” at a restaurant with friends before the Coronavirus shut down the City. As always good conversation, many laughs, and excellent food. Looking forward to their…

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Thoughts from Father Dan Fitzpatrick SJ on the Fifth Sunday of Lent.

5th Sunday of Lent – 2020             A major theme that runs through St John’s Gospel is the continuing conflict between life and death. Recall that two weeks ago we heard the encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman. He offers her “life-giving water.” The water is the sign of…

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Some kind and meaningful thoughts from our Moderator, Father Dan Fitzpatrick SJ, Class of ’53

Prenote: We are all living in quarantine in our Jesuit Community. I’m sure many of you are in different ways helping out in what way you can in your community. I asked myself what can I do at this time? Even If I can not help people in need physically,…

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Canceling May Dinner

It is with great sadness that we have decided to cancel our May 7th Annual Dinner and, especially so, for the Jubilee Classes, but we have to keep in mind that all of the men that come to the Dinner are in the highly vulnerable category.

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