November 10, 2010 | Vol. 49, No. 29

News

TLIC is featuring brief profiles of each of the honorees

HUNTINGTON — When the early Church faced the threat of Gnostic heresy,

ROCKY POINT — A moment of comfort and the knowledge that someone is

STONY BROOK — Priesthood can be a lonely journey, said Father Thomas Aidoo,

UNIONDALE — For people who want to grow in their understanding of their faith,

GARDEN CITY — A rabbi, a priest, a bishop, a cardinal, a media executive,

COMMACK — Bishop William Murphy presided at a liturgy honoring couples

Bishop's Column

On November 1 of this year, the Ambrosian Archdiocese of Milan

Columnists

Each week as I begin to prepare my Sunday homily, after looking

As we come to the end of the Church year, we hear Gospel readings

Over the course of the next year, as we hear more and more about

The Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Neighbors

Father Peter Dooley celebrated two special occasions on Nov. 7

Lighted candle and folded chasuble in hand, deacons Brother Joseph Marie

Sixth-graders from St. William the Abbot School in Seaford attended

Our Lady of Lourdes student reporter Gregory Brueckner notes that

In observance of the feast commemorating the faithful departed,

Fifth-graders at Sacred Heart School, North Merrick, participated

Chaminade students volunteer to teach more than 600

In observance of All Saints’ Day, sixth-graders at SS. Philip and James

Sports

Junior Reanna Marino, in photo above, scores the winning goal

Letters

Editorial

Recently, a reader sent us a Catholic League news release supporting

Obituaries

Amityville — Dominican Sister Lucy Keller, 94, who served

Brentwood — Sister Margaret Brosile, 80, who taught music

Amityville — Sister Rita Clair, 86, a teacher and secretary

From the Pope