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Your Commitment: Extending Love and Mercy to Those in Need

In a world where kindness and compassion can make a profound difference, there are remarkable ministries within the Diocese that embody these values and tirelessly serve those who need them the most.


Extending a Helping Hand:

Every day, there are people who face challenges that seem insurmountable. They may be struggling with poverty, addiction, homelessness, illness, or emotional distress. In these moments, ministries such as Catholic Charities and Parish Outreach prioritize love and mercy to help. Their mission is to reach out, extend a helping hand, and provide resources that can change lives.


The Power of Love and Mercy:

Love and mercy have the power to transform lives. They bring comfort to the grieving, healing to the wounded, and hope to the despairing. Through acts of kindness, these ministries demonstrate that someone cares, that there is support available, and that no one must face their challenges alone.


Reaching Out to Many:

The impact of your commitment cannot be understated. Through your support, these ministries can reach out to countless individuals each year. Whether it is providing food and shelter to the homeless, offering medical care to the uninsured, or providing counseling to those grappling with mental health challenges, your commitment enables these organizations to expand their reach and touch the lives of those who need them most.


Through your commitment, you become a vital part of a network of love and mercy, enabling these ministries to reach out to individuals in need, uplift them, and help them overcome their challenges. Your dedication is a testament to the innate goodness within humanity, and it has the power to bring hope, healing, and transformation to countless lives on Long Island.


Together, we can continue to extend love and mercy, creating a world where compassion thrives, and no one is left to face their struggles alone.


Love and Mercy

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