July 28, 2010 | Vol. 49, No. 17

News

The practice of revering relics of saints “is a true connection to the

Huntington — The collection of crucifixes in the library of the

Smithtown— Julianna Viviani was a first-time mother of a beautiful,

Hicksville — You don’t have to go to a cloister or a monastery to find

Hicksville — The teens participating in this year’s summer theater

Natural Family Planning (NFP) is a way for married couples “to invite

Massapequa — The smell of popcorn and other carnival treats, the sound of music

Bishop's Column

Some years ago, the then President of the Holy See’s Pontifical

Columnists

Agitators infiltrated the community at Galatia and distracted the

In his column of May 26, “Attire does matter,” Msgr. Joseph

A high-definition flat screen TV entered our home on Father’s Day.

Editorial

Sometimes, there just don’t seem to be any answers.

Faith & Science

Some medical conditions can be made worse by becoming pregnant.

Obituaries

Rockville Centre — Msgr. Francis X. Glimm, 97, professor emeritus

Brentwood — Sister Angela Mullen, 93, a member of the Sisters of St.

Rockville Centre — Sister Anne Lynch, 91, a Sister of the Congregation

Brentwood — Sister Dorothy Fowler, 87, formerly known as Sister St.

Amityville — Sister Maria Joseph O’Hara, 95, died July 13. She had

Brentwood — Sister Mary Beatrice Schneller, 92, a member

Dubuque, Iowa — Sister Mary R. Curoe, who was assistant principa

Neighbors

Ground was broken recently for the new Wellness Center at Our Lady

From the Pope

CASTLE GANDOLFO, Italy (Zenit) —Before praying the midday Angelus

Letters

Youth Voice

In early May, the graduating class of 2010 from Kellenberg Memorial High