Interactive Teaching Modules

The Holocaust and Genocide Studies Project at Monroe Community College donated "Three Interactive Teaching Modules" to the Denaro Interfaith Center highlighting the lives of three Holocaust survivors residing in Rochester, New York: Simon Braitman, Helen Levinson and Bernie Schuster.

Schools, religious affiliates, organizations and the community are invited to contact Dr. Esther Maltese Denaro at emaltese@frontiernet.net to schedule an appointment to experience the lives of these three people of valor.

If Dr. Cuseo's schedule permits, he will join Dr. Maltese and personally facilitate a presentation for your group. This is free and open to the public.

An Educator for All Seasons

With a Ph.D from Columbia University, a Masters Degree from St. Bernard’s School of
Theology/ Ministry and a Masters Degree in Library Science, Dr. Allan O’Grady Cuseo successfully integrates his superlative academic background with his personal ministry—the spiritual development of young men and women on the secondary school level.

As a gifted researcher, prolific author and exuberant professor, Dr. Cuseo is nationally and internationally recognized in the areas of Library Science and Literature Censorship. The prestigious Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award for Peace and Justice and the Phi Delta Kappa Outstanding Community Service Award are among his many community accolades.

Dr. Cuseo continues to be a “Patron of the Arts” in Rochester, New York as the President Emeritus of Blackfriars Theatre, having served as the President of the Board of Directors for over thirty-four years and as the President Emeritus of the Rochester City Ballet. Locally, he has appeared in/directed over nine hundred productions for theatre and the ballet, as well as professional performances in New York City.

Dr. Allan O'Grady Cuseo is a Religious Brother of the Mercy of God Community.