Campus Ministry at CBA was in full tilt during the month of October as it recognized hunger awareness month. Students in a variety of Campus Ministry groups discovered projects around Syracuse and within their own campus to help feed the hungry, educate students, and bring awareness to one of the worlds most widespread problems.
Lasallian Youth and Student Senate orchestrated CBAs annual participation in Crop Walk. In all, over 20 volunteers walked in downtown Syracuse on October 16th, while dozens more walked in other locations to raise awareness about the issue of hunger around Central New York.
Social Justice Peer Ministers presented to 7th and 8th grade religion classes on the reality of hunger in our community and around the world and how it affects the lives of millions, especially children.
Lasallian Youth and Jr. High Lasallians combined efforts to prepare a meal for the needy at the Samaritan Center in downtown Syracuse. Students made sandwiches at school and picked apples at Beak & Skiff to make a nutritious meal for those who need it most.
Caption: (L to R) Justin Strott 17, Mickey Pirro 17, Anthony Basile 16, Brendan Carmen 16, and Anthony Potenza 16.
CBA Peer Ministers are regular visitors at the Samaritan Center, going twice each month during the school year to prepare and serve meals.
Several CBA students demonstrated their Faith by attending the “Mass for Life” held at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Syracuse celebrated by The Most Reverend Bishop Robert J. Cunningham.
Caption: (Row 1) Jordan Sheridan 13, Dylan Letcher 13, Anna Do 14, Madeline George 15, Gabrielle George 12, Patrick Fallon 14 (Row 2) Mary Grace Hanson 13, Jovan Diaz 14, Isabella Corieri 14, Ryan Vignogna 12, Ariana Marshall 13, Monica Hanson 14, Paige Gordon 12.