Scholars Program Launched for Descendants of Enslaved People in Brooklyn, Queens, and Nassau and Suffolk Counties
"This is an essential step as we seek to address the long-practiced sin of racism that has existed in our midst,” said Bishop Provenzano.
VIDEO: Bishop Provenzano Announces Parish Closures
St. Mary's in Carle Place, Holy Trinity in Valley Stream and St. Andrew's in Mastic Beach to end "congregational ministry"; future use of property and buildings to be discerned in coming months.
Celebrating the Life and Work of Blessed Absalom Jones
Bishop Provenzano, Dr. Bozzutti-Jones, Dr. Allen Robinson, and Mo. Kassinda Ellis discuss the importance of this annual celebration in the life of the Church; Bp. Provenzano commits to sending icons to every parish in the diocese to display.
Video Feature: "Carrying Christ into the Temple": Celebrating Candlemas at St. Luke's at Sea Cliff
"You're actually taking something tangible...and connecting it to your faith," says the Rev. Jesse Lebus as he speaks about the meaning of Candlemas, also known as the Feast of the Celebration.
R.I.P. Desmond Mpilo Tutu
The anti-apartheid leader and Nobel Peace Prize winner died December 28 at the age of 90.
Video: A Christmas Message from Bishop Provenzano
"Jesus must be reborn in each of us, in our hearts, in our very being, in the way we see the world around us, recognizing the need, both for forgiveness and humility in the midst of a sinful and broken world."
Bishop Provenzano's Address from the 155th Convention
The 155th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island took place on Saturday, November 13. For the second year in a row, the convention met "virtually".
Video: Sacred Ground participants reunite to reflect and discern next steps
Participants and facilitators of the 2021 Lenten diocesan-wide program gathered Sunday, October 17 at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City.
Profiles in Leadership: Cn. Audley Donaldson and Fr. Rick Simpson
This is a new series of profiles of leaders in the Diocese of Long Island, beginning with some of the clergy who recently retired or transitioned in or out of the diocese. Future profiles will feature both lay and clergy leaders who are involved in the many diverse ministries of our parishes and other mission locations.