June 1: COVID-19: Weekly Communique from The Office of the Visitor

June 1st, 2020|0 Comments

June 1, 2020 Dear Brothers and Lasallians, We continue to share the ongoing good news about the rehab of Charlie Barbush. The plan is for Charlie to move to the Methodist Church Home (directly across from Jasper Hall at Manhattan College) today to begin sub-acute physical rehab. In speaking with him yesterday, he shared his gratitude for all the prayers. May the prayers and good wishes continue. Sharing Initiatives. We are happy with so many initiatives that are going on all across [...]

May 25: COVID-19: Weekly Communique from The Office of the Visitor

May 26th, 2020|0 Comments

May 25, 2020 It has been a week since we shared that photo of Charlie Barbush from the Columbia Presbyterian respiratory rehab unit. His progress continues to be slow but steady. Prayers to continue, please! If you would like to send him greetings, please send them to 4415 Post Road / Bronx NY 10471 COVID resources. We are happy to share updated resources from St. John Vianney Center. Here are over fifty links that run the gamut from fun to serious, with [...]

Justin Martineau Newest Addition to the Office for Mission & Ministry

May 26th, 2020|7 Comments

Nine-Year Lasallian Educator tapped as Associate Director for office animating Christian Brothers’ mission throughout Eastern North America Mr. Justin Martineau Eatontown, NJ – The Brothers of the Christian Schools - District of Eastern North America (DENA), is proud to announce Mr. Justin Martineau as their selection for Associate Director of the Office for Mission and Ministry. Mr. Martineau will step into the new position August 3, 2020. A nine-year Lasallian Educator, Mr. Martineau has served the educational community at De La [...]

Pawtucket Family’s Efforts Bring in Tons of Donations to Soup Kitchen

May 21st, 2020|1 Comment

Pawtucket, RI – For Paul and Susan Guevremont and their two children, Paul and Hannah, 2017 is in the rear view mirror. But even today - three years later - the Pawtucket family still gets emotional when they talk about that long year of hardship and uncertainty. In July of 2017, Hannah was hospitalized after her pancreas stopped producing enough insulin to meet the body's needs, which left her a diabetic. Five months later in December, her father, Paul, suffered a debilitating [...]

7th Annual Innovation Challenge at Manhattan College

May 19th, 2020|0 Comments

Riverdale, NY - The virtual format may have been new, but the levels of competition and audience interest were as high as ever on April 16, when the O’Malley School of Business hosted its annual Innovation Challenge on Facebook Live. Living up to its name in both content and presentation, the contest between eight student teams showcased the rigor and collaboration that are Manhattan College hallmarks. In what Donald Gibson, dean of the O’Malley School of Business and host of the event, termed “Shark Tank, Manhattan [...]

Manhattan College Named a Top Service School

May 19th, 2020|0 Comments

Riverdale, NY - Manhattan College has been named a top school for service by the Catholic Volunteer Network (CVN). The distinction highlights the work of Campus Ministry and Social Action (CMSA), specifically in connecting college students with post-grad service opportunities nationally. It factored in placements for post-grad service opportunities, as well as results from a Catholic Volunteer Network survey that asks volunteers which college or university they attended. “It's certainly very gratifying to have our work recognized by an independent, collegial body,” [...]