Newsday: Mo. Marie Tatro speaks to Easter message in time of global crisis
This year, our ascent out of a cold, dark winter carries many more connotations than merely a new season on the calendar with warmer, longer days. On Easter morning, Jesus’ followers around the world will shout, "The Lord is risen indeed! Let us rejoice and be glad in it!" And speaking for myself, this year I’ll feel more viscerally that I, too, am leaving the cold, dark tomb, right by his side.' Note: This article is only available with a Newsday subscription.
NEWS VIDEO - June 9 "Spirit of Stonewall" event at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity and Pro-Cathedral, Brooklyn
Sep 13 - Join AG Tish James for "Suffrage at 100: Women's Political Power Today"
Climate Crisis: A Call to Action 9/20
Please join with other people of faith to support young people around the world as they call for action on the rapidly accelerating climate crisis.
Bishop Provenzano supports farmworkers because of the Gospel, not politics
Thorny immigration and reform issues will be explored and explained at a special Greenpoint, Brooklyn event on Monday, Feb. 25
Immigration and Refugee Ministry Updates
Reflections by Bp. Provenzano and diocesan Vicar for Justice Ministry, the Rev. Marie Tatro, during their December American/Mexican Border immigration ministry trip.
Video Comments: Immigration Through the Lens of Faith
Long Island faith leaders pray and march in support of sanctuary on Maundy Thursday
OpEd: An opioid superfund to save lives
Written by Fr. Gideon Pollach (rector, St. John's in Cold Spring Harbor) and Joe Morris (executive director of Long Island Congregations Associations & Neighborhoods).