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News and Results from the 2017 Convention

The 151st convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island during the weekend of November 10 featured a two-hour presentation by the diocesan Racial Justice and Reconciliation Commission and passed a resolution "on Long Island Becoming a Sanctuary Diocese." 

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Bishop Provenzano's address to the 151st Diocesan Convention

Highlights include announcement of new "pro-cathedral" designation in Brooklyn, commitment to plant congregations, enhance clergy continuing education, a commitment to youth formation, and more. The address is available both on video and in text.

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RIP - Mrs. Marti Mallory, wife of Bishop Shannon Mallory

It is with sadness that we received word of the death of Mrs. Marti Mallory, wife of Bishop Shannon Mallory, following a brief illness.  Bishop Shannon Mallory was assistant bishop of Long Island in 1979. 

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Bishop Provenzano Responds to Texas Shooting

 "One does not offer prayers in lieu of demonstrating political courage, but rather in preparation." - Bishops United Against Gun Violence 

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Bishop Provenzano requests prayers for Caribbean

Hurricane Maria is currently classified as a Category 3 storm. It threatens many of the islands battered by Hurricane Irma. 

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Largest class of priests in over 20 years ordained & received on Sep 9

Six new priests became a part of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island on Saturday, September 9 at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City. This is the largest class of priests since 1996 and the largest group ordained or received in a single service for at least thirty years.

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RIP - The Rev. Dr. John T. Farrell

Visitation Thursday, September 28 7 pm to 9 pm and Friday, September 29

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Official notice from Bp. Provenzano regarding Mark D'Alessio

Clergy and People of the Diocese of Long Island,

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RIP - The Rev. Dr. Richard Liew

Update Wednesday, October 11:

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Property tax renewal applications are in the mail

An announcement from the diocesan Department of Finance.

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