May 5, 2010 | Vol. 49, No. 7

News

Huntington — While there are many challenges facing the priesthood today,

Saint James — “When Twitter and ‘Animal Farm’ get together, amazing things happen.”

Franklin Square — When John Mitchell III went to Mass at St. Catherine of

Wantagh — The vocation of every Catholic is to love, and the Bible can be a guide

Neighbors

On April 29, educators with 50, 40 and 25 years of service in the Diocese

Students in the performing arts department at Holy Trinity Diocesan High School,

The seventh-grade Cadette Girl Scouts of Troop 3051 of Holy Family Regional School

St. Martin of Tours School in Amityville’s Pre-K class celebrated Earth Day on April 22nd.

Bishop's Column

Some of the news coming from Europe about bishops and sex abuse of children

Sports

Columnists

One of the great joys any missionary receives is witnessing a young man or woman

Eight years ago I was first moved to cry at the presence of Christ in the Eucharist.

On April 30, an Arizona sheriff’s deputy was shot, allegedly by drug smugglers

Letters

From the Pope

TURIN, ITALY (Zenit) — Visiting Turin May 2, Pope Benedict XVI, in his homily

Obituaries

Blue Point — Ursuline Sister Sheila Molloy, 72, who was a pastoral associate

Youth Voice

Last February, I traveled with 14 other students from Chaminade and Kellenberg