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Diocesan News

Newsday: Medieval-style Bible is a marvel at Garden City’s Episcopal cathedral

The volume of The Saint John’s Bible can be seen in a glass viewing case at the altar and will be used during Masses on Sundays. Note: This article will only be accessible to Newsday subscribers.

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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.

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Tom Bair to perform St. Mark's Gospel at Cathedral

On Friday April 7th at 7:30pm, actor Tom Bair will bring his critically acclaimed performance of St. Mark’s Gospel to the Cathedral of the Incarnation. In just two hours, Bair will recite the nearly sixteen thousand words of St. Mark’s Gospel. Not only a feat of memorization, reviews call it a “riveting journey” through the text. Admission is free.

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Dean Sniffen: If Harry Potter Named Lord Voldemort, Christians Can Name Donald Trump

"If you think that excluding Donald Trump's name from your prayers for the president is somehow subversive or an act of resistance, you must be a person of extraordinary privilege. This is perhaps the wimpiest, no-cost act of subversion or resistance imaginable" 

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Cathedral of the Incarnation will host Post-Election Evensong

Dean Michael Sniffen invites the diocese to gather for a Post-Election Evensong in the Cathedral tonight, Wednesday, November 9 at 7 pm. The Cathedral of the Incarnation is located at 50 Cathedral Avenue, Garden City:

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Choirs of the Cathedral of the Incarnation featured on New Yorker Radio Hour

The entire segment can be heard here:

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