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Coro Hispano 2023

Jardín de Oración Parroquial Benedición y Dedicación, 21 de mayo, 2022


Passion of the Lord (chant for three cantors)

Parish Pandemic Memorial Mass, March 13, 2021

Memorial Mass recalls those lost to COVID-19, offers solace for mourners

A man bows his head in prayer during a bilingual memorial Mass March 13, 2021, for parishioners who have died from COVID-19 at St. John-Visitation Church in the Bronx borough of New York. Many members of the parish community were infected by the coronavirus, including more than 50 who succumbed to it. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)

By: Beth Griffin

Date: March 15, 2021

BRONX, N.Y. (CNS) — As names of their loved ones lost to COVID-19 were read from the altar at St. John-Visitation Church, a muted gong sounded and dozens of people made their way up the sun-drenched main aisle to receive a memorial taper lit from the pascal candle.

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Bendición y dedicación de la estatua de San Óscar Romero con el obispo Josu Iriondo el domingo 24 de marzo de 2019. Agradecemos a Greg Shemitz, del Servicio de Noticias Católicas, quien proporcionó las fotos.

Desayuno irlandés 2019

Estudiantes de la escuela St. John 2019

Irish Breakfast 2018


Rev. Michael Kerrigan, Deacon Miguel Granda, George F. Chiffriller

These are some photos of my school in Ghana: St. Anthony Preparatory School and the students. As you can see from the pictures, this is an going building work in progress.

Current project of the school is continuation of the pre-school block. The enrollment has increased and there is the need to get more classrooms. 

Also, scholarships are being created for some of our brilliant but needy pupils.  Every academic year is divided into three terms and a scholarship for a pupil of the whole year will be about $350.00. 

If you are in the position to help, you may send checks to:

St. Anthony Catholic Church
Box KS 11058
Ghana-West Africa

Checks to support the school should be written like this;

Franklin Owusu-Bekoe (St. Anthony R/C School, Buokrom) 

There is a saying in my language that “kitewa biara nsa.”  Literally, this means that “there is nothing that is small.”

Thank you in advance and God bless you!

Fr. Franklin

People of St. John Visitation

Revive Mission 2017

St. Teresa Statue Blessing