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Thanksgiving 2016

To All Members of BPAA and their families

“God lavishes His gifts on the needy; God’s benevolence lasts forever.” (2 Cor. 9.9)

With hope in the days to come,

May we thank God for God’s gifts and benevolence to us all this past year.

On behalf of the BPAA Board of Directors

Fr. Dan Fitzpatrick, S.J.

The BPAA would like to send a special thank you to Frank Sirianni, the Chief Technology Officer at Fordham Unversity and his staff members Andrew Williams and Charles-Henri Sanson for their tireless efforts to rebuild our website. They were very creative in the redesign process and have tried to make the site as accessible as possible to our Alumni.

If you weren't able to attend the memorial event at the Sheen Center you can watch it here.

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We hope that all Brooklyn Prep Alumni will join us on Wednesday, October 5th from 7PM - 8:15PM at The Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker St, NY. NY 10012, to honor the legacy of Father Rick Curry SJ.

Performances by National Theatre Workshop of the Handicapped cast members along with memorable moments from past NTWH events will be shared. An update on Dog Tag Inc, the entrepreneur's school for disabled veterans that Father Curry cofounded with Connie Milstein, will be provided by recent graduates.

This tribute to Father Rick's extraordinary legacy will highlight his dedication to the disabled, unique sense of humor and inspiring spirit. Please join us in celebrating his life. You can honor Father Curry's legacy by contributing to his Memorial Fund. Please click SHEEN CENTER to reserve your complimentary tickets for the Sheen Center Memorial event.
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The BPAA Golf Outing, now in its 17th year is held at the Knollwood Country Club in Elmsford, NY. This year's Outing will be on Thursday, September 27th, 2018 with a rain date of Thursday, October 4th, please make plans now to gather your foursomes and join us for a wonderful day. If you can't get a foursome together please let Gene or Dave make arrangements for you to join a group. The Outing begins with a wonderful lunch on the patio, then 18 holes of golf followed by an open bar, fabulous dinner, and awards ceremony. In addition, everyone attending will receive a gift with the BP logo and details commemorating the event. If you are not a golfer please come join us for cocktails and dinner ($100.00). Please mark your calendar and join fellow Alumni for a great day on the links. The cost is $325.00 for the entire outing. All profits from the event are donated to the Rev John D. Alexander, SJ Endowment Fund. For further information and tickets please contact: Gene Leyden 71'

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St. Francis College is proud to welcome back former professor & chair of the Religious Studies Department, NYU President Emeritus, Dr. John Sexton for a five-part lecture series on Religion & Government with a bonus offering. 


The beloved Moderator of the Brooklyn Prep Alumni Association and Graduate of Brooklyn Prep, Class of 1953, Celebrated the 50th Anniversary of his Ordination as a Jesuit on Sunday, July 17th. Father Dan Fitzpatrick's Jubilee Mass was celebrated in the University Church at Fordham University where Father Dan was ordained 50 years ago.

Fr. Raymond T. Holscher, S.J. was born on 19 March 1943 in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. He finished primary education at Holy Child Jesus School, Richmond Hill, N.Y. in 1957 and graduated at Brooklyn Preparatory School, N.Y. in 1960. On the same year, he entered St. Andrew-on-Hudson Novitiate, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. on 30 July. After first vows, he continued his Juniorate at St. Andrew-on-Hudson. He arrived in the Philippines in 1964 and studied Tagalog language at Ateneo de San Pablo. In 1965, he studied Philosophy at the Ateneo de Manila University until 1967.


Please CLICK HERE to read the wonderful story about Father Berrigan in the New York Times.

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