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Diocesan News

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.

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Bishop Provenzano's statement regarding fire at Emmanuel, Sheepshead Bay

 

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LI Herald: Wantagh parish embodies motto of 'welcoming'

St. Jude's reaches out to single parents.

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Bishop Provenzano's Address to the 152nd Convention

This is the day, this is the time where we step forward, carrying our past, carrying our history, carrying all the things that were, to a future that will be. With God’s grace, in God’s mercy, in God’s love.

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Statement about "Exodus" migration by Bishop Provenzano

Text prepared for delivery at the 152nd Convention 

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#ShowUpForShabbat - Responses from the Diocese of Long Island

Clergy share their thoughts after taking part in #ShowUpForShabbat interfaith services as a response to the attack at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.

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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.

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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:

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Presiding Bishop's statement on Tree of Life shooting

"Our Jewish neighbors, our brothers and sisters, are fearful and we must stand with them and provide comfort and support for them and for all..."

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Patrick McNamara named Director of Finance, to succeed Peter Robey

Bishop Provenzano today announced the appointment of Patrick McNamara as the new Director of Finance for the Diocese of Long Island. McNamara succeeds Peter Robey, who has served in the diocesan finance department for 26 years and will retire at the end of 2018.

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