Episcopal LI clergy to participate in forum addressing opioid addiction
Bishop Provenzano and several other clergy from the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island will join a multi-faith group focused on combatting the opioid epidemic on Long Island. The group, Long Island Congregations, Associations, and Neighborhoods (LI-CAN), hosts its first event, “Action Against Opioids”, on Wednesday at 7:30 pm at St. Anthony’s High School in South Huntington.
Easter Message from Bishop Provenzano
Alleluia, Christ is Risen. The Lord is Risen in Deed. Alleluia!
Roger Joslin named Vicar of Redeemer, Mattituck and Holy Trinity, Greenport
The Rt. Rev. Lawrence C. Provenzano, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, today announced the appointment of the Rev. Roger Joslin as vicar of two North Fork parishes: Church of the Redeemer in Mattituck and Holy Trinity Church in Greenport.
Over 125 Clergy Renew Vows at Chrism Mass
Every year on the Tuesday of Holy Week, clergy in the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island gather for Chrism Mass at the Cathedral of the Incarnation.
Marie Tatro named Long Island Vicar for Community Justice
The Rt. Rev. Lawrence C. Provenzano, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, today announced the appointment of the Rev. Marie A. Tatro as Vicar for Community Justice, a newly created position.
Camp DeWolfe Raises Nearly $23,000 at Gala Luncheon
Supporters, including alumni, campers, board members and parishioners from across the diocese celebrated Lifetime Achievement awardees, Canon Jerry Nedelka and his wife, Ruth.
Fr. Charlie McCarron Weighs in on Immigration
In a Shelter Island Reporter article, Father Charlie McCarron of St. Mary's speaks about being the child of an undocumented immigrant and his ministry reaching out to immigrant communities.
First Annual Long Island Early Music Festival Launches this Spring at Cathedral
A new festival featuring music from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Baroque periods is set to premiere its first season at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City this spring.
Immigrants Made in “Divine Image” Say East Hampton Clergy to Local Politicians
Father Denis Brunelle, rector of St. Luke’s, East Hampton and convener of the East Hampton clericus, gave testimony regarding issues of immigration to the East Hampton Village Board and the Town Board of East Hampton on March 2.
Mother & Child MInistry Opens in Seaford
The Mother & Child Ministry at St. Michael & All Angels in Seaford officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 26. The ministry will provide child care essentials and hygiene products to parents in need. Story in the Long Island Herald.