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Catholic Schools and the Gospel of East Harlem

on Wednesday, 23 January 2019.

By: Seamus Ronan, ACE 23 - New York

Alliance for Catholic Education - Partnership Schools - Harlem

“Whatever it takes, is what it takes.”

That is the Gospel of East Harlem, where Our Lady Queen of Angels (OLQA)  has proudly stood since 1892. Principal Stephanie Becker (Remick 12) and Academic Dean William Beller introduced this phrase to our faculty in October.

“Press Forward and Fear Nothing”: The Impact of a Remick Summer on St. Mark School

Taylor Kelly on Thursday, 17 January 2019.

Dom Fanelli: Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program

Dominic Fanelli is halfway through his second year as principal at St. Mark the Evangelist School in Harlem–one of six schools in the Partnership Schools network. It's a time he says is characterized by St. Katherine Drexel’s guidance to “press forward and fear nothing.”

Walking with Communities

Audrey Scott on Wednesday, 28 November 2018.

Jenn Beltramo (ACE 9, Remick 8) honored with 2018 Founders Prize

Jenn Beltramo ACE Founders Prize 2018

“My placement was in South Central L.A.” says the Diocese of San Jose’s Superintendent Jenn Beltramo of her ACE placement. “Not too far from the border of Watts.”

Remick Leader Matthew Daniels Leads Diocese of Toledo Catholic Schools

on Tuesday, 13 November 2018.

By: Melissa Pavloff

Matt Daniels RLP 14 Toledo

Today, Matthew Daniels, a graduate of the Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program and longtime Catholic school principal, begins his new position as the senior director of Catholic education for the Diocese of Toledo in Ohio.

The Perfect Storm: Spirituality, Community, and Remick

Taylor Kelly on Monday, 15 October 2018.

Emmy RobisonPhoto by Johannes Plenio

How did Remick Leadership Program graduate Emmy Pusateri Robison go from saying, “I didn’t know if I felt that teaching was serving God. I thought teaching should be about serving kids” to “I found what it really means to be Catholic and to love and serve God through loving and serving others"? This transformation of spirit was only possible through what Robison describes as the “perfect storm.”