SJEH Exec Gets Excellence in Healthcare Award; Patients Benefitting from Enhanced Quality of Care
June is Gun Violence Awareness Month
Bishop Provenzano Responds to Anti-Semitic Attacks in Brooklyn
The example of Jesus in the Gospel and our baptismal covenant to respect the dignity of every human being call us to act in love and respect and in solidarity with our Jewish siblings and neighbors across Long Island and Brooklyn.
Bishops United Calls for Gun Violence Advocacy, Eradication of Anti-Semitism
“The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and will save those whose spirits is crushed.” Psalm 34:18:
Audio: Bishop Provenzano's sermon from Chrism Mass on Holy Tuesday
"Sisters and brothers, we come today to renew ordination vows not for ourselves alone, not as insiders of the church, but as servants of God's people."
Long Island pilgrims rally for change at March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C.
The Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry brought 18 youth in 9th-12th grades from all four counties of the diocese to Washington D.C. on pilgrimage with Bishop Provenzano and several other clergy and lay leaders from the diocese, including Canon Myra Garnes, to the March for Our Lives rally in Washington D.C. last weekend.
Audio: Bishop Provenzano calls for compassion, prayer during Day of Lamentation
Member bishops of Bishops United Against Gun Violence held Day of Lamentation services across the country on Wednesday, March 14, as part of a response to the mass shooting at a high-school in Parkland, Florida. Bishop Provenzano fasted and prayed for 12 hours at the Cathedral of the Incarnation; this was his sermon at the mid-day Eucharist.
Linda M. Tatlow named to new diocesan position as part-time Real Estate Manager
Bishop Provenzano announced the appointment of Ms. Linda Tatlow to a newly created part-time position of Real Estate Project Manager for the Trustees of the Estate Belonging to the Diocese of Long Island.