Sixth Sunday of Easter

On this Sixth Sunday of Easter, we continue to pray for all those who are carrying crosses and burdens, as well as for all who continue to fight this pandemic on the frontline, our nurses, doctors and all healthcare workers on Long Island.

As we continue to endure the challenges of COVID-19, we thank you for your continued support of your parish and all the hospitals, nursing homes, and other services offered by our own Catholic Health Services. They could not have met this challenge head-on without the courage and steadfast dedication of our Catholic Health Services frontline healthcare professionals.   

Everyone in our Diocese should take enormous pride in the outstanding work of our Catholic Health Services system. We owe our deepest gratitude and admiration to these extraordinary women and men who have sacrificed so much to ensure the health and security of so many.

You can help support the work of our Catholic Health Services by keeping all of these healthcare workers in your prayers, and if you are able, by making a gift of financial support, by visiting where you can choose to allocate your gift to any of our hospitals or patient care units.

If you are able, please consider adding your support to aid the remarkable work of our Catholic Health Services staff.

We also ask that you continue to pray for those who are sick or who have lost a loved one, as well as for all of the heroic people serving on the front lines of this crisis. May God bless us as we help one another to carry this Cross.