St. Pancras Parish, established in 1904, is a Roman Catholic Parish Community of the Diocese of Brooklyn & Queens. We are a people with diverse cultures, needs and gifts who come together as part of the Body of Christ to live and share the gospel message of Jesus. We value family life, and our participation together in worship, education and spiritual growth, service to human needs and social life. We seek to become a more welcoming and caring community, communicating new ideas integrated with traditional values. Promote harmony, reconciliation and healing among our members. Form a more enthusiastic faith-filled community Establish responsible stewardship of our time, talents and resources. Embrace the Kingdom of God while on our mutual spiritual journey to eternal life with Jesus. In the security of Gods unconditional love and empowered by the resurrection, we will achieve these goals through the wisdom of the gospel and with the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
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Student Teacher Ratio
17 : 1
41% Male / 59% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
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