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Happy St Patrick’s Day

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Words of Gratitude from Father Jack Alexander to Our Generous Alumni

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Merry Christmas Message from Father Dan Fitzpatrick

         It is in the dark of night that Jesus us born. Despite the darkness Jesus’ birth brings us joy. As we come to celebrate Christmas so differently this year of the pandemic, we still can rejoice. The darkness will not overcome the Light! Jesus comes as a baby, just…

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Congratulations to Jack Raslowsky, President of Xavier High School, our 2018 Honorary Alumnus of the Year. He is joined by board members Frank Torres ’71, Charlie Balistreri, 67 & Ralph Mascia ’71.

Congratulations to Jack Raslowsky, President of Xavier High School, our 2018 Honorary Alumnus of the Year.

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Labor Day Reflections from Father Dan Fitzpatrick

There was a loud knocking in the seeker’s heart,“Who’s there?” asked the frightened seeker. “It is I, Truth” came the answer“Don’t be ridiculous,” said the seeker. “Truth speaks in silence.” That effectively stopped the knocking – to the seeker’s great relief. What he/she did not know was that the knocking was produced by the fearful beating of his/her own heart.

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BP Alumni Road Map – 2020

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A letter of admiration & thankfulness to Father Jack Alexander from Greg McCaig ’70

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Happy 4th of July Message from Father Dan Fitzpatrick

In our Gospel today we hear those very well-known and beautiful words of Jesus: “Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest”. On the base of the Statue of Liberty we read the words: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled…

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Thoughts from Father Dan on Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day! 12th Sunday             How appropriate that today we hear  our Gospel from the Sermon on the Mount! During this time of the corona pandemic and protests over racial inequality, we hear Jesus says to us: “You are worth more than an entire flock of sparrows.”             At…

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Nostrand Ave & Carroll Street c. 1915

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