B.1. Flannery O’Connor Book Club
Named after the great American Catholic novelist, this group seeks to read and discuss great Catholic classics as well as contemporary religious literature.
B.2. Immaculate Conception Catholic Academy
In existence for nearly 90 years, the school provides Catholic Education to children nursery through eighth grades. Preparation for high school is so successful that most of the graduates receive full or partial scholarships to the Catholic high school of their choice. The school has capabilities of providing financial assistance through scholarship programs of various types.
B.3. Jornada Group / Jornadistas
The Jornada Movement is part of the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens. This group holds weekly "charlas," talks about a specific topic about spiritual teachings of the church, the Bible, and life issues to a new and fun perspective lead by its own members keeping the motto: "Youth Evangelizing Youth."
B.4. Our Lady’s Preschool
The preschool program is designed to introduce the Catholic faith to children aged 3 to 5 through age appropriate lessons on Sunday mornings. This provides opportunity for parents to attend Sunday Mass while their child is in class.
B.5. Religious Education Program (a/k/a CCD)
Provides Religious Education for public school students grades 1 through 8 through age appropriate lessons of the faith. Children in the program are prepared to receive the sacraments of First Penance, First Communion and Confirmation.
B.6. Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) - Adults - English/Spanish
The program is for adults who wish to be initiated into the Catholic Church through the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist or who wish to complete their initiation. They prepare for this through a program of prayer and study to receive the sacraments at Easter.
B.7. Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA) - Teens
The program is for teens (grades 9 through 12) who wish to be initiated into the Catholic Church through the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist or who wish to complete their initiation. They prepare for this through a program of prayer and study on Sunday mornings and attend Mass until they receive the sacraments at Easter.