November 3, 2010 | Vol. 49, No. 28

News

TLIC is featuring brief profiles of each of the honorees

INWOOD — A thriving Hispanic population and a loyal older

NEW YORK — After years of struggle, opponents of abortion can take

WEST ISLIP — Children need to learn about the latest technology,

Neighbors

Second-grade students at Prince of Peace Regional Catholic School,

In observance of All Souls’ Day, members of the Cutchogue parishes

On Oct. 31, Bishop William Murphy conferred the sacrament of

More than 350 religious education volunteers and administrators

Holy Trinity Diocesan High School in Hicksville nabbed 5th place

St. Frances de Chantal Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Peter Coleman

On Friday, Oct. 22 the younger students from St. Aidan School, Williston Park

WEST ISLIP — Lexia Snyder, left, and Auyon Haque, patients at

Columnists

Like many women when I am expecting a baby I feel an almost uncontrollable urge

After completing Language School in my first year as a missionary,

The Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Editorial

Sports

The Nassau Suffolk Catholic High School Athletic Association

There’s a new sound added to the cheers at football and basketball games

Bishop's Column

This week we opened the month of November, as we do every year,

Young Catholics

Three seniors at Our Lady of Mercy Academy, Syosset, have been honored

Obituaries

ROCKVILLE CENTRE — Msgr. Peter Chiara, 87, pastor emeritus

REGO PARK, N.Y. — Sister of Charity Maria Aquin Nantes,

SCRANTON — Sister Maria Magdala O’Boyle, a teacher,

Letters

From the Pope

VATICAN CITY (Zenit) — From address Pope Benedict XVI delivered

Youth Voice

On September 14 the whole Kellenberg Memorial family along with

Saints

The concept of opening a door can have meanings on many levels.