April 14, 2010 | Vol. 49, No. 4


AMITYVILLE — They came from all over Long Island — women and men,

AMITYVILLE — At the March 21 intercongregational associates’ conference,

ROCKVILLE CENTRE — As work nears completion on a new translation

As part of The Long Island Catholic’s coverage of the Year for Priests

Worshippers attending the weekly Polish-language Mass April 11 at

EAST MEADOW — Eight nurses who refused to participate in an abortion at

WASHINGTON, D.C. — It was a day of renewal, both of faith and of devotion

HICKSVILLE — Like miners panning for gold in a stream, children ranging

HICKSVILLE — The auditorium at Holy Trinity Diocesan High School was


“We’re a youth ministry first, a sports organization second.

Two sixth graders at Trinity Regional School, East Northport won first and second

In a classic rematch of last year’s title game, All Saints Regional Catholic School

Coach Tim O’Connell displays the CYO 7th Grade Boys ‘A’ Division

After a 12-2 regular season mark, the eighth grade boys basketball team at St. Pius


While revelations — most recently in Ireland and other parts of Europe —

Faithful priest, leader, scholar


Whenever I teach a course at St. John’s University on the philosophy of

Our world seems heavy with disillusionment and disaster. The people of

The General Norms for the Liturgical Year and the Calendar very clearly


An ecumenical choral meditation on the Passion of Christ was presented

From the Pope

CASTEL GANDOLFO, ITALY (ZENIT) — Here is a translation of the address


As reported (see article), eight nurses at Nassau University Medical Center in East

Through all of the trials that make up our earthly journey — and the past