Items of Interest
The new (2011) SPB Classmates online forum is at groups.yahoo.com/group/pascalbaylon-ny.
Stop by and leave a note.
The earlier Classmates Bulletin Board is kaput, but most of the
messages are preserved here.
Also, at groups.yahoo.com/group/pascals1985
you can visit the 1985
SPB Elementary School Classmates forum.
An SPB Facebook page is at facebook.com/group.php?gid=137886558219.
Official website of St. Pascal Baylon Church
in St. Albans, NY
The Diocese of Brooklyn
The Tablet Newspaper
The Long Island Catholic Newspaper + their
Diocese of Rockville Centre
The Queens Board
Messageboard for nostalgic ex-Queensites
Queenspix.com Old images of the neighborhoods of Queens,
Numerous links to other people and school locating websites can be found on
Information about the St. Pascal Baylon -
Saint Pascal Baylon Links to churches, schools, info
Catholic Forum Not exactly
a lot of info about St. Pascal, but better than nuttin'.
The Catholic Encyclopedia A
bit more here.
Catholic Online Catholic Online Search,
free webmail, etc.
The Life of St. Paschal Baylon "... a completely
unsubtle man, and conspicuous in his habit..."
The Institute on Religious Life "To support and promote the gift of consecrated life"
CatholicDaters.com Why Settle for Just Any Catholic Dating Service?
Ecclesia, a division of The Fabian
Corporation is devoted to providing free quality web sites to Catholic Organizations
(including local churches) and promoting Catholic research & networking on the
The Catholic Worker Movement, an organization of lay Catholics who strive
to live a life of giving and service, does not have an official website, but their
newspaper comes out every other month. A subscription is 25 cents per year (30 cents for
"Foreign"). Be a bigshot - send them a buck. The Catholic Worker, 36 East First
Street, NY, NY 10003
. . . . . . . . Nostalgia . . . . . . . .
What is Late Nite Catechism?
Call it Loretta Young meets Carol Burnett. This is part catechism class, part stand-up routine. Itís an interactive comedy now in its 15th year in Chicago.
The New York Times calls it, "hilarious, well-written and inspired." Jeffrey Lyons from TVís Sneak Previews calls Late Nite Catechism "something to savor and enjoy....one of the most intimate, rewarding shows in town."
Judy Reinert of the Kane County Chronicle states, "Far funnier than ĎNunsense,í Late Nite Catechism is a brilliant production in every way."
Itís written by Vicki Quade & Maripat Donovan. Directed by Marc Silvia.
In Chicago, six actresses share the role of Sister: Lisa Braatz, Liz Cloud, Margaret Kustermann, Patricia Musker, Rosie Newton and Mary Zentmyer.
In Los Angeles, several actresses share the role of Sister.
You, the audience member, are part of Sisterís class. Sheíll take you back to the days of the Latin Mass, meatless Fridays, and remind you about that good old ruler across the knuckles!
Lite Nite Catechism continues to make people laugh their sins off!
For information about performances around the country,
visit the Late Nite Catechism website.
(Note: The site has a "Sisters in Need" page that should be of
interest to all of us.)
Youtube videos of Late
RadioSpirits.Com Listen online to old time
radio or purchase tapes and CDs.
links to old time radio sites
links to old time radio
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