All Saints Church , Throop and Flushing Ave.

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Pat Loughran

Hicksville, NY

#1 Jan 27, 2011
I attended All Saints High School during the 1960's and had the pleasure of going back a few months ago to visit. The church is still beautiful and still going strong (11 am Mass in Spanish)was packed. The old high school around the corner (Whipple St) is now a co-op. We were lucky enough to attend an open house and saw one of the old classrooms that are now lovely apartments. Great memories!
Elsie Rivera

AOL

#2 Mar 20, 2011
I also attended the church in the 60's. I have never gone back but I am happy to read and see that it is still there and beautiful. Thank you for posting this information. I truly brings back memories.
Jayar

Westwood, NJ

#3 Mar 20, 2011
All Saints Church, located at 115 Throop Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206, was established in 1866; as a "daughter" parish of Most Holy Trinity, All Saints originally ministered to German speaking people.
Teddy Jackson

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Aug 9, 2011
I went to all saints grade school as a kid in the early 1960,s Born and raised in the Marcy Progects
I am now 62 years old All Saints Church is still beautifull I could never forget the memories as a kid going to Catholic school wearing my white shirt blue tie dress pants with shoes God Bless
Nelva Iris Figueroa

Hialeah, FL

#5 Aug 22, 2011
I attended All Saints High School and graduated in 1972. Live in Florida now, however would like to someday meet with my 72' class. Very fond memories and I am happy to know that the school is now a home to many. "Excelsior"
Maria Suarez

Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

#6 Jan 18, 2012
I attended All Saints High School in 1968, and have fond memories of my teachers and classmates. it is still beautiful!!!:)
BARBARA BAGINSKI

United States

#7 Apr 9, 2012
LOOKING FOR CLASS MATES
tom leahy

Raleigh, NC

#8 Jun 22, 2012
I also attended all saints during the 1960's, in 1962 my father passed in a swimming accident, the out pouring of support and love I still remember to this day. The school collected food and clothing to help my family...I hope its not to late to offer my sincere thanks to you all.
Jayar

Nesconset, NY

#9 Dec 1, 2012
What was there...

http://www.whatwasthere.com/browse.aspx #!/ll/40.6999778747559,-73.944 2901611328/id/4088/info/sv/zoo m/16/
Jayar

Brentwood, NY

#10 Dec 1, 2012
Copy and paste into your browser

http://www.whatwasthere.com/browse.aspx #!/ll/40.6999778747559,-73.944 2901611328/id/4088/info/sv/zoo m/19/
Pat Plainfield NJ

Plainfield, NJ

#11 Apr 20, 2013
I went to All Saints High School from 1964-1968 and had a great time there. A lot of my teachers who were Dominican Nuns I had even in Most Holy Trinity Elementary School. My favorite was Sister Alma Rita And Sister Anselmo. It would be great to hear from some of my classmates.
Juana Cruz

Holtsville, NY

#12 May 20, 2013
Nelva Iris Figueroa wrote:
I attended All Saints High School and graduated in 1972. Live in Florida now, however would like to someday meet with my 72' class. Very fond memories and I am happy to know that the school is now a home to many. "Excelsior"
I also attended All Saints High School and graduated in 1972 with Nelva Iris Figueroa. I live on Long Island, NY and would love to see Nelva and my other friends from All Saints.

"Excelsior"
Juana Cruz

Holtsville, NY

#13 May 21, 2013
Nelva Iris Figueroa wrote:
I attended All Saints High School and graduated in 1972. Live in Florida now, however would like to someday meet with my 72' class. Very fond memories and I am happy to know that the school is now a home to many. "Excelsior"
Hi Nelva,
I hope you remember me. We attended All Saints HS together. I would love to speak with you. My email is jperez08@hotmail.com.

Hope to hear from you soon.
Juana
Margie Vecchione

Somerset, NJ

#14 Jun 22, 2013
I attended All Saints School and graduated in 1959.

I was married by Father Greco in 1964. I moved out of the area but decided to return to All Saints, to have my son baptized where I attended school and received the sacraments. All Saints was a big part of my life.

Unfortunately, lack of enrollment resulted in the closing of the school. The few students left transferred when All Saints merged with Most Holy Trinity and Transfigurstion. I attended a special mass to honor Yolanda, who worked in the school office for many years.

The end of an era. Thankfully, I have wonderful memories forever in my heart.
Ann Molinaroli Krawczyk

Concord, CA

#15 Aug 23, 2013
I graduated in June of 1970 and just today I was reminiscing with some of my friends about the fun I had at All Saints. I live in Sacramento ,Ca moved here in 1978 after our daughter was born. I would love to hear from my classmates of 70
Marguerite McCauley

Farmingdale, NY

#16 Sep 17, 2013
I went to All Saints High School and graduated in 1957. Would love to hear from classmates. I live in Long Island. My married name is Butler, email address is MargeMcCB@aol.com
Joseph Morales

Cleveland, OH

#17 Feb 8, 2014
I graduated from All Saints 8th grade in 1973. I too grew up in Marcy projects across the street from Detroit Furniture on 534 Flushing. I still have my yearbook. Good memories. I am 55 and live in Ohio. I haven't been in NY since 1975.
Linda Brienza

Woodhaven, NY

#18 Apr 10, 2014
I graduated from All Saints High School in 1973. Sadly, we were the last class to graduate as the school was closed due to poor enrollment. The church looks beautiful in this photo...I hope the inside has been maintained. Great memories!
Angela Piedmont

New York, NY

#19 Apr 12, 2014
That picture brought back such wonderful memories. Attend All Saints High School from 1956 to 1960. Loved Sister Stevens, Sister Anselma, and Father Cammalucci and Father DaVinci.
Angela Piedmont

Brooklyn, NY

#20 Apr 26, 2014
I attended All Saints High School from 1956 to 1960 and loved every moment. I have such wonderful memories of Sister Gertrude Magdalen,
Sister Stevens, Sister Anselma, and Father Camalucci!!! Who could forget wearing nylons AND bobby sox with saddle shoes? And how about those tams on our head? Ah memories! Regents exams, high school dances - when we invited the boys from Bishop Loughlin HS,
and how about that shorthand and typing we learned?
Those were the days! GO ELVIS!!'

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