September 8, 2010 | Vol. 49, No. 20

News

Washington D.C. (CNA/EWTN News, TLIC) — In his Labor Day statement

MELVILLE — More than 200 Columbiettes from across the United States

BELLE TERRE — Members and supporters of L’Arche USA shared joyful,

It was a joint effort that built three houses and bought school supplies

BELLPORT — Kids with brightly painted faces hopped in potato sacks

WILLISTON PARK — This summer, the sounds of singing and

OYSTER BAY — Despite the troubled economy and other difficulties

Columnists

“Generations of Priests”

The summer months in my former parish in Khabarovsk,

I read an article the other day that made me sigh with frustration.

Obituaries

OAKDALE — Brother Joseph Ventura, who taught for many years

HAUPPAUGE — Della Boccafola, 98, whose son Msgr. Kenneth Boccafola

PATCHOGUE — A teacher at Holy Angels Regional School for more than

BRENTWOOD — Sister Claude Maria Vitale, 79, a member of the

AMITYVILLE — Sister of St. Dominic Mary Smith, formerly Sister

Neighbors

John Robert, a parishioner of St. Frances de Chantal, Wantagh,

More than 100 Sisters of St. Joseph joined in a Prayer March for Peace

Teens of the Young Vincentians group of St. Frances de Chantal Church,

Douglas J. Chapey, of The Fredrick J. Chapey & Sons Funeral Home,

More than 500 Latino youth from across the diocese assembled

International opera singer Ashley Bell returned to her roots

Father Edward Sheridan, the pastor of St. Rosalie’s, Hampton Bays,

The teenagers of St. Peter’s Youth Ministry of Islip Terrace spent a recent

School was in session early for more than 135 teachers beginning careers

Father Peter Dooley, pastor of St. Philip Neri, Northport, celebrated

Among the winners of the 22nd annual “Stop World Hunger” World Food Day

Editorial

On August 4, a federal judge declared unconstitutional the judgment of

Bishop's Column

Last week I had the privilege of offering the opening retreat to

From the Pope

Letters

Parish Profiles

St. William the Abbot parish in Seaford can trace its foundation in part to