Religious Freedom on Trial

By Blessed Sacrament staff/ SUN contributing writers NYS Bishop’s lawsuit claims violation of church-state separation Government must not interfere with matters of religious faith. However, a New York State law that went into effect on Jan. 1 clearly poses a...

Kids Can Free the World

By Karen Kukla/ SUN contributing writer Youth from the diocese are making a difference worldwide CORTLAND — Like many fourth grade girls, Hanna Luber looked forward to spending Saturday with her friends, Jessie Bongiovanni and Laura Polacek. The students from...

Give us Your Tired, Your Poor

By Eileen Jevis/ SUN staff writer SUN photo(s) Paul Finch Bantu refugees come to Syracuse Imagine never having had enough to eat, only to be introduced to an American grocery store. Imagine having a diet that consisted only of rice, beans, and sometimes, a small...

An Open Letter to the People of Binghamton:

By Most Rev. James M. Moynihan I write to all of you to extend my deepest sympathies for the tragedy you experienced as a community at the American Civic Association last Friday. My prayers are with the victims, their families and the Binghamton Community as a whole....

Answering Jesus’ Call

CICERO — Deacon William Mailloux lived life to the fullest. Through his service to others, Deacon Mailloux was a role model to those who knew him. On Feb. 3, family and friends gathered at Sacred Heart Church to pay their final respects to a husband, father,...

Awakening Our Faith

Awakening Our FaithBy CAMILLUS — The people of St. Joseph’s Church have been able to attract some of the most influential and profound speakers for their annual missions and seasonal retreats. This Lenten season, Father Daniel Lanahan, OFM, a Franciscan...