Young Catholics

By Faith Yusko
As the plane landed in Guatemala City, we all looked out the window to check out this new world we had come to. It was the Third World, and we definitely weren’t on Long Island anymore.

I, with seven other West Islip High School students, along with two of our teachers, had the opportunity to travel to Antigua, Guatemala, last summer to work with the Common Hope Organization. We worked with school children and helped build a house for a...

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Each year, students on Catholic high school newspapers compete for The Long Island

High school and college students who joined the diocesan Youth Ministry’s pilgrimage

High school and college students who joined the diocesan Youth Ministry’s pilgrimage

High school and college students who joined the diocesan Youth Ministry’s pilgrimage

Youth Voice

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Sports

In a setting befitting a postseason championship game, Long Island high school

Kellenberg Memorial High School teammates celebrate their

Saint Mary’s High School, Manhasset, varsity boys’ lacrosse team

Holy Trinity Diocesan High School, Hicksville, defeated St. Anthony’s,