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03/17/2017 12:17:29 (ET)

On “Tomorrow’s Hope,” join host Bernadette Castro as she uncovers the incredible benefits offered by a Catholic Education and the financial support that The Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation provides to schools and their students.  Through in-studio interviews and visits to schools, you can see for yourself why Today’s Children… are Tomorrow’s Hope!   For more information please visit:  

Tomorrow’s Hope - The Catholic School Difference.  Hosted By Bernadette Castro.  Guests Include: Lewis Ranieri (Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation), Margy Kircher & Ginny Ewen (Parents of Students from St. Rose of Lima School, Massapequa), 4 Students from St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope Regional School in Westbury (Jim, Angela, Masato, and Nia), and a visit to St. Patrick’s School in Huntington covering their “Superhero Day” raising money for Haiti Hurricane Matthew relief.

Tomorrow’s Hope – Our Diverse Community.  Hosted By Bernadette Castro.  Guests Include: A visit to Marian Hernandez & Nora Aufiero (DRVC Advocate for the Hispanic Initiative), and in-studio interviews with Wilmer Jaco-Lopez and his son, David (All Saints Regional School, Glen Cove), Principal Pamela Sanders (Holy Name of Mary School, Valley Stream), and 4 Holy Name of Mary Students (Sophia, Jayden, Toni, and Florie).

Tomorrow’s Hope - Adopt-A-School - Hosted By Bernadette Castro
Guests Include: Meaghan Kelly (Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation), Teacher Patricia Cruz & 7th Grade Student Colin Dumas (Holy Angels Regional School in Patchogue), a visit to Holy Angels Regional School, and 4 Holy Angels Students (Abbey, Rohan, Benjamin, and Paige).

Tomorrow’s Hope – Be a Shining STAR.  Hosted By Bernadette Castro.  Guests Include: Lewis Ranieri (Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation), STAR Donors Robert Catell & Frank Liantonio, their STAR Students Bryan Turner & Elijah Jean, a visit to St. Mary School in East Islip, and 4 St. Mary Students (Jayson, Clayton, Chantise, and Abigail).  

Tomorrow’s Hope – The Faculty and Staff.  Hosted By Bernadette Castro.  Guests Include: Michael Connell & Theresa Kearns (Holy Angels Regional School), Margaret Polacco & Julianne Croutier (Long Beach Catholic Regional School), Danielle Campbell (Anchor, News 12 Long Island) and a remote to Holy Family School in Hicksville covering how their dedicated staff is “making a difference, one child at a time.” 

Tomorrow’s Hope – Longtime Presence (Alumni) - Hosted By Bernadette Castro. Guests Include: Peggy York (Teacher, Kellenberg Memorial High School), Alicia Jabbour McCrudden & Kevin L. McCrudden (Co-Founders, Mr. & Mrs. Motivation), and Carol Higgins Clarke (Author, Regan Reilly Mystery Book Series).

Tomorrow’s Hope – Life-Changing Experiences.  Hosted By Bernadette Castro.  Guests Include: Msgr. Jim Vlaun’s interview with Lewis Ranieri (Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation), Wilmer Jaco Lopez (Parent of kindergarten student at All Saints Regional Catholic School, Glen Cove), 4 students in-studio (Alan, Alycia, Cleighton, and Jessica) from St. Martin de Porres Marianist School in Uniondale, and Peggy York’s visit to St. Martin de Porres Marianist School in Uniondale to highlight some of their unique programs.

Tomorrow’s Hope – Faith, Hope, and Love.  Hosted By Bernadette Castro.  Guests Include: Fr. Gerard Gentleman (Former Chaplain at Holy Trinity HS in Hicksville), Veronica Danca & Jessica Greer (Long Beach Catholic Regional School), and Danielle Campbell (Anchor, News 12 Long Island). Peggy York also visits St. Brigid / Our Lady of Hope Regional School in Westbury to share the story of Jennifer Gallagher and her 2 adopted daughters from China who she is enrolling in Catholic education thanks to The Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation.

Tomorrow’s Hope – Academics & Technology. Hosted By Bernadette Castro. Guests Include: Emily Guarnieri (Dir., Educational Technology, DRVC), Anthony Buonaspina (Technology Consultant & Founder of GRQ Innovations), Mona Baldauf & Erin Nicastro (Sts. Philip & James School), and Peggy York visits St. Joseph School in Garden City to cover their Pathways Program.

Tomorrow’s Hope – Today’s Children - Caryn Durkin (Notre Dame School, New Hyde Park), 4 Students from Notre Dame School, Craig & Alison Reid (Holy Angels Regional School, Patchogue), 4 Students from Holy Family School, Hicksville.

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