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STREAM program gives St. Stephen platform to grow
Wed, May 23rd 2018 10:00 am
The STREAM program at St. Stephen School on Grand Island has taken on many faces in the three-plus years that the school has been part of the diocesan initiative.
Sustainable gardening for St. John School and Parish
Tue, May 22nd 2018 02:00 pm
The excitement is blooming at St. John the Baptist in Alden as they prepare for their new community garden. Working with a grant from the Whole Kids Foundation, as well as generous parishioners and local businesses, they have begun a school-wide garden initiative as a way to teach principles of healthy living and sustainability through authentic educational experiences.
Scott leaves his Lasallian legacy on many who know him
Mon, May 21st 2018 08:00 am
When Johnny Graves was a freshman, to him Robert Scott was more than president of St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute. Scott became somewhat of a guardian after Graves' brother, Aaron, who was a senior at the school at the time, passed away after a battle with cancer.
Dawn Riggie to retire, led Mount St. Mary for 25 years
Fri, May 18th 2018 11:40 am
KENMORE — Mount St. Mary Academy Principal Dawn Riggie announced her retirement after 25 years leading the Kenmore all-girls high school.
St. Amelia School aspires to serve those in need
Fri, May 18th 2018 11:00 am
TONAWANDA — One of the core values at St. Amelia School is "Aspiring to Serve." Throughout the school year, students are involved in many different activities and projects that serve our school, our parish and our community.
Cardinal O'Hara student to perform with Buffalo Philharmonic
Wed, May 9th 2018 10:00 am
TONAWANDA — Julia Dunn, a sophomore at Cardinal O'Hara High School, will perform Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana" on a concert program May 12 and 13 with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of JoAnn Falletta.
Local students make it to states in national geography bee
Tue, May 8th 2018 09:00 am
A couple local students are putting Buffalo on the map. Zachary Hawley and Brigid Benson, both eighth-graders made their way to the state finals of the National Geographic Geography Bee held April 8 in Albany. They joined 100 students from across the state.
What is Arrowsmith?
Mon, Apr 30th 2018 04:10 pm
TONAWANDA — St. Amelia School is one of only two schools in New York state and the only school in Western New York to offer the innovative, research-based Arrowsmith Program.
Mount Mercy students experience cutting edge technology
Thu, Apr 26th 2018 09:00 am
Twenty-four students from Mount Mercy Academy's Health and Science Academy and Health Care Career Club had the experience of a lifetime recently. The students visited the Jacobs Institute and were able to practice and learn about cutting edge technology.
Christ the King Seminary to update education center
Wed, Apr 25th 2018 09:30 am
EAST AURORA — A $1.9 million construction project to completely update the education center on the campus of Christ the King Seminary in East Aurora is underway. A late spring or early summer completion date is expected.
Father Zajac among those to be honored by SBU
Fri, Apr 20th 2018 01:40 pm
Three outstanding community members devoted to making a positive difference in Western New York will be honored May 2 at St. Bonaventure University's Gaudete Medal Awards Ceremony and Dinner at the Hyatt Regency in Buffalo.
OLV curriculum STREAMs path to Victory
Thu, Apr 19th 2018 09:00 am
To say the students are thrilled with the implementation of the diocesan STREAM program at Our Lady of Victory School in Lackawanna is an understatement.
Christ the King Seminary shared a 'horizon of hope'
Mon, Apr 9th 2018 03:00 pm
"Nearly all the presenters approached me to point out something important is happening at Christ the King Seminary, and, more broadly, in the Diocese of Buffalo."
Bake for Good program yields 114 loaves of bread
Mon, Mar 26th 2018 02:00 pm
KENMORE — "Learn, Bake, Share," were the three main goals conveyed by King Arthur Flour to the students of St. John the Baptist School. Youngsters in grades four through eight participated in King Arthur's "Bake for Good: Kids Learn Bake Share Program," where they learned how to make homemade bread.
Niagara University's College of Education Earns Highest National Accreditation
Wed, Mar 14th 2018 03:00 pm
NIAGARA UNIVERSITY - Niagara University's commitment to holding itself to the highest national and international standards in teacher education has been reaffirmed.
Villa Maria program has 100 percent success rate
Wed, Mar 14th 2018 01:30 pm
Just two years ago, Villa Maria College became the first private institution in Western New York to offer an occupational therapy assistant program. Classes in the new program, which is fully accredited by the American Occupational Therapy Association, began in fall 2015.
St. Mary Elementary in Lancaster STREAMs success
Wed, Mar 14th 2018 09:00 am
LANCASTER - St. Mary's Elementary School began integrating the STREAM program into their curriculum during the 2015-16 school year.
Cardinal O'Hara to honor hall of fame inductees
Tue, Mar 13th 2018 03:00 pm
TONAWANDA — Cardinal O'Hara High School will honor new inductees into the school's Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame and Athletic Hall of Fame at a banquet and ceremony April 14 at Banchetti by Rizzo's in Amherst.
For 22 cents, Villa Maria students feed those in need
Tue, Mar 13th 2018 09:00 am
Students and volunteers at Villa Maria College are going to feed starving children for .22 cents. That's the cost of one life saving meal from Feed My Starving Children.
Timon Tiger Trot kicks off South Buffalo run series
Fri, Mar 9th 2018 02:50 pm
On Friday, May 18, Bishop Timon-St. Jude High School will hold its first Tiger Trot 5K, a certified 5K course along beautiful McKinley Parkway, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The Tiger Trot is the first race is the new South Buffalo Run Series (Tiger Trot, Mount Mercy Run, Notre Dame Academy Fun Run, and Ryan Purcell 5K).
Teens at Cardinal O'Hara High fight cancer with food
Fri, Mar 9th 2018 01:10 pm
Over 1.5 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year. While doctors treat their patients, a team of teens from Cardinal O'Hara High School is cooking for a cure. For the past five years Allyson Nemeth has organized a Cooking for Cancer Club, which prepares and sells baked goods and pasta sauce for Courage for Carly, an organization that raises money for pediatric cancer research and family support programs at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
Villa Maria College president announces retirement
Wed, Mar 7th 2018 01:00 pm
BUFFALO, NY - After 50 years of ongoing service to Villa Maria College and its thousands of students, faculty and alumni, Sister Marcella Marie Garus has announced her upcoming retirement, effective June 2018. A Buffalo native, Sister Marcella served for 40 years as Villa Maria College president, making her one of the longest-tenured presidents of a higher education institution both in both Western New York and across North America.
D'Youville students, faculty support rehab efforts in Haiti
Mon, Feb 26th 2018 04:10 pm
With a population of more than 10 million, Haiti is similar in size to the state of Michigan, but when it comes to medical rehabilitation services, there is no comparison.
Immaculate Conception School dedicated to quality education
Fri, Feb 23rd 2018 11:00 am
EAST AURORA — Immaculate Conception School has been educating the children of East Aurora and the surrounding suburbs for over a century; and for good reason. The school remains dedicated to providing a well rounded quality education true to the Catholic tradition of academic excellence.
Sacred Heart Academy plans African immersion project
Thu, Feb 22nd 2018 09:00 am
Students at Sacred Heart Academy will venture to Zambia this summer in an immersion trip sure to change lives of the locals, as well as their own.
St. John the Baptist launches new literacy program
Wed, Feb 21st 2018 01:00 pm
KENMORE — St. John the Baptist School lives by the following mission statement: "We teach children to read, so that they may eventually read to learn - and hope that through this process, they develop a lifelong love of reading."
St. Mary's to pilot new adjunct professor program
Tue, Feb 20th 2018 12:00 pm
LANCASTER — St. Mary's High School is beginning a new adjunct professor program that involves bringing in accomplished professionals and college-level professors to guest lecture in certain classes throughout the semester.
Seminary to host theology and philosophy conference
Fri, Feb 16th 2018 01:00 pm
EAST AURORA — Leading national and international speakers, and top creative minds working in theology and philosophy, will converge on Christ the King Seminary on the weekend of Feb. 23-24 for the 2018 Conference for Collaborative Philosophy, Theology and Ministry. The conference's keynote speakers represent institutions from three continents - the U.S., Europe and Australia.
GALA 22:6 recognizes those who have made a difference
Fri, Feb 2nd 2018 08:00 pm
The Foundation of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo's largest annual fundraiser, GALA 22:6, kicked off the festivities Feb. 1 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center, raising funds for needs-based Catholic education tuition assistance. The tuition assistance helps students attending Catholic elementary schools throughout the eight counties of Western New York.
Lenten 'Les Misérables' retreat at Center of Renewal
Fri, Feb 2nd 2018 10:00 am
STELLA NIAGARA — The Center of Renewal is pleased to announce a special Thursday through Sunday weekend retreat during Lent, "Les Misérables: A Lenten Retreat," from Feb. 22-25. This unique, reflective and interactive Lenten retreat will run from Thursday dinner through Sunday lunch.
Cardinal O'Hara inducts two into school's Fine Arts Hall of Fame
Fri, Feb 2nd 2018 10:00 am
Cardinal O'Hara High School will honor two new inductees into the school's Fine Arts Hall of Fame.
Mount Mercy Academy soccer team receives honor
Fri, Feb 2nd 2018 10:00 am
The 2016 Mount Mercy Magic varsity soccer team was named the winner of the 2017 Soccer Officials Sportsmanship Award. The award is given to the girls' soccer team in Western New York that exhibits the best sportsmanship throughout the season. All schools, both private and public are considered for this honor.
Canisius student gives back
Fri, Feb 2nd 2018 09:00 am
If there were an award for the Canisius student involved in the most extracurricular activities, Matthew Sullivan would certainly be a top contender. He has embraced the Ignatian concept of magis by taking the lead on several projects to help children in Buffalo and around the world. "My mom always says that nothing you have matters if you can't share it," said Sullivan.
Bishop recognizes the difference in Catholic schools during pastoral visit
Thu, Feb 1st 2018 02:00 pm
As the Diocese of Buffalo celebrates its educational institutions during Catholic Schools Week, Bishop Richard J. Malone made a pastoral visit to St. Aloysius Church and Regional School in Springville Thursday morning.
'Let It Begin With Me' honors students who make a difference
Wed, Jan 31st 2018 02:00 pm
Catholics believe that the first step in making a difference in the world is starting with oneself. Under the leadership of its new principal, Jonna Johnson, St. John the Baptist School in Alden has chosen to honor those students who have gone a step further to better their community through acts of selflessness and kindness to others.
New technology at St. Mary School enhances learning
Wed, Jan 31st 2018 09:00 am
SWORMVILLE — The dream of one-to-one computing has been realized at St. Mary School, thanks to the generosity of the St. Mary's faith community and the creativity of the St. Mary's faculty. All students are benefiting from the latest technology and teaching methods that technology brings to the classroom.
Dynamic parish life, engagement key to faith formation
Tue, Jan 30th 2018 12:00 pm
Since Bishop Richard J. Malone approved the diocese's newest faith formation curriculum, "Forming Disciples," for gradual implementation over the next few years, parishes have been making changes in religious education programs in terms of how parish communities learn together.
Five keys to Catholic education
Mon, Jan 29th 2018 04:00 pm
SANTIAGO, Chile (CNA/EWTN News) — Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi, prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, recently proposed five keys for pastoral education "to respond in depth to the current challenges of society."
Williamsville art teacher gives confidence, receives award
Mon, Jan 29th 2018 04:00 pm
Students of SS. Peter & Paul School in Williamsville learn about the atrocities of Auschwitz in art class. They develop pride in their school in art class. They discover confidence in art class. They learn about art from Mary McIntyre.
St. John's students use hi-tech tools in science
Fri, Jan 26th 2018 04:00 pm
Technology has created quite an effect at St. John the Baptist School in Kenmore, and now the students have the tools to measure that reaction.