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Concert, prayers bring Consolation to nursing home residents+

Father Charles and Laurie Mangano sang for the residents of Our Lady of Consolation Nursing Center.

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Praying for religious freedom+

Hundreds of people from across Long Island gathered Oct. 5th for a Rosary Rally for Religious  Liberty & the Preservation of Catholic Healthcare at Good Samaritan Hospital, West Islip. The mandate from Health and Human Services calls for fines on...

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Bishop James Daly, 92+

"He was truly a trailblazer and visionary during the early formative years of this Diocese."

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Bishop at Red Mass: Practice prudence+

The practice of prudence can offer hope for resolving differences in the political field as it can in all areas ... where we need to seek the common good.

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Two Russian Girls Get the Gift of Life at St. Francis Hospital+

The state-of-the-procedure has been a dream come true for the two girls, who were brought here through Russian Gift of Life USA.

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Rosary Rally for Religious Liberty set for Oct. 5+

Prayer and witness in the public square.

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Diocese makes pilgrimage to national Shrine+

3,000 pilgrims celebrate Year of Faith. Click for photos from the day.

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2013 Catechetical Congress+

Religious educators and parish leaders from the diocese gathered for a day of prayer and renewal.

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OLPH remembers 9/11; honors flags+

Boy Scout Troop 54 and the Holy Name Society of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Lindenhurst, held a “9/11 Remembrance Mass and Flag Honoring Ceremony” at the church on Sunday, September 8th.

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Celebrating Bishop Dunne+

A Mass of Thanksgiving for Bishop John C. Dunne was held at St. Kilian parish, Farmingdale, Sept. 22, celebrating the 25th anniversary of his ordination as a bishop and the 50th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood. The recently...

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