An Evening of Resilience
Cristo Rey New York’s first-ever virtual event was a huge success! Our Evening of Resilience on November 16th was a wonderful celebration of our community and their perseverance through a very difficult year. Kay Angrum, CRNYHS Class of 2012, served as our charismatic emcee, flawlessly hosting the live portion of our event. We also heard from students, teachers, parents, board members, donors, and President Dan Dougherty throughout the evening. During the quick 30-minute program, we raised over $285,000 for our Resilience Fund, bringing us that much closer to our $3 million goal. We are so grateful to each and every one of our generous donors for their support. This community continues to exceed our expectations day after day. We are so blessed to have you all - thank you!
December 2, 2020 marked the 40th anniversary of the assassinations in El Salvador of Maura Clarke, M.M., Jean Donovan, Ita Ford, M.M., and Dorothy Kazel, O.S.U. As many of you know, Cristo Rey New York considers these four churchwomen to be spiritual founders of our school. Their pictures, seen below, hang prominently in our lobby. Our founding principal, Bill Ford, is the nephew of Ita Ford. CRNY celebrates Founders Day each December with an all-school Mass, and now with our freshmen class retreat and day of service. We honored Founders Day virtually this year, with our first live-streamed Mass from St. Cecilia’s Church. It was our first opportunity to be back in the church since the pandemic, and we were thrilled it was in celebration of our founders!
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