February 10, 2010 | Vol. 48, No. 42

Neighbors

Several students from St. Rose of Lima School in Massapequa were invited to

Detective Steven McDonald of the New York Police Department was the guest

Auxiliary Bishop Paul Walsh was the principal celebrant at a Mass for Catholics

Monica DeFonseca, a senior at Our Lady of Mercy Academy in Syosset,  was awarded

On Saturday, January 30, students from St. John the Baptist Diocesan High

News

LOURDES, France (Zenit) — While “extraordinary physical cures have become

Fasting for Lent is not about the mouth or the stomach, spiritual advisers note,

Wantagh — It wasn’t until the earthquake hit that Teresa Clese understood

Roosevelt — With the worst of the forecasted snow holding off, parishioners

Bishop's Column

Last week I took part in a vocation evening for seventh graders at Our Lady of Perpetual

Columnists

In my last column I commented on freedom. This has set me thinking about one

In our busy lives we are both surrounded by noise and bombarded by the clatter

Several weeks ago, as I was preparing to give a talk to seminarians about the

Liturgy should not be over when the liturgical celebration ends. Sounds strange?

From the Pope

Letters

Sports

When the common sports fan thinks of the Heisman Trophy, the image of athletic

St. Anthony’s High School captured the boys’ and girls’ team championships at