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Bishop Barres condemns anti-Semitic vandalism in Glen Cove+

The Catholic Church condemns all forms of anti-Semitism as contrary to the very nature of the Catholic faith.

Read More+ 19 hours ago
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OLG parishioners make wreaths to start Advent season+

At Our Lady of Grace Church, West Babylon, families gathered to participate in the parish’s fifth annual Advent wreath-making event.

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Father Ketcham installed as pastor in Commack+

Christ the King parish welcomed its new pastor on its feast day. View photos here.

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Ursuline Sisters mark 95 years serving in US+

Ursulines worldwide are committed to education, justice, peace and the integrity of creation.

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New York bishops at Vatican encouraged to present Gospel as great gift+

Bishop DiMarzio was the principal celebrant and homilist at the first Mass the bishops of New York celebrated during their visits to Rome to report on the status of their dioceses.

Read More+ 4 weeks ago
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Veterans remembered at Stony Brook Mass+

Residents, staff and volunteers at the Long Island State Veterans Home gathered for a pre-Veterans' Day Mass.

Read More+ 4 weeks ago
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Faithful departed remembered on All Souls’ Day+

The commemoration of all the faithful departed is celebrated by the Church on November 2, All Souls Day.

Read More+ 1 month ago
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Symposium looks at life of Saint John Henry Newman+

Bishop John Barres was the principal celebrant and homilist at Mass during a symposium celebrating the life of newly canonized Saint John Henry Newman.

Read More+ 1 month ago
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Saints alive! Students portray favorite saints at holy day Mass+

Sixth grade students at SS. Philip and James School, St. James, continued the school's tradition of dressing as saints for All Saints Day Mass.

Read More+ 1 month ago
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St. Agnes medals honor those who serve their parishes+

***Updated*** Click here to see list of all medal recipients.

Read More+ 1 month ago