Sandy in Long Island

I just returned from Long Island where 8 of us from St Joe’s took some time to help people effected by Superstorm Sandy. We were hosted by Fr. Ted Brown, the director of Campus Ministry at LIU Post and a LaSallette priest (His nameplate on his desk just reads Ted Brown, Friend) and he and […]

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When Prayer is All That’s Left To Do

Deacon Greg reflects today on the hurricane after seeing his church in Queens filled to the rafters. I’m reminded of what we went through after 9/11, when churches were suddenly packed. Eventually, like all floods, that one ebbed. I wonder if we will see the same thing after Sandy. It’s possible. But this particular event […]

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A Shelter From the Storm

I’m thinking much about my friends and family in the New York/New Jersey area these days. For the past three years we’ve joked about how their cities have had worse winter weather than my new adopted city of Buffalo. But nobody was joking yesterday and today we here in Buffal may be in Hurricane Sandy’s […]

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