On Thursday, January 30th, a “Day of Prayer For
The End Of Human Trafficking” will take place at Albertus Magnus High School
in Bardonia, New York.An estimated 21
million people, including children as young as the age of 5 are trafficked for
commercial sex or forced labor across the world today.The Day of Prayer is being timed to precede
Super Bowl XLVIIIas events such
as these are lucrative markets for traffickers.
Albertus Magnus High School, a sponsored ministry of the
Dominican Sisters of Sparkill, is striving to raise awareness of this issue
among students, faculty, and staff as well as among Rockland area residents. All are invited to join the Albertus Magnus community in prayer by visiting the school chapel or one's own place of worship, or in remembering these victims in private prayer.
For information on the Day of Prayer contact Sr. Nancy 845
623-8842 ext 204.
For information on the Rockland Stop FEAR Coalition
Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force contact the Center for Safety & Change at
Student Publications Garner Top Awards Friday, January 17, 2014
Our student publications have earned top honors for the 2012-2013 school year. The American Scholastic Press Association has awarded First Place to both Albert Magazine and Magnus Monitor Newspaper in their annual evaluation of the nation's high school newspapers and magazine.
Congratulations to both staffs for their hard work, dedication, and excellence. Go Falcons!