Filling the emptiness

Fasting with religious intentions offers simplicity in tumultuous times By Jennika Baines SUN Assoc. Editor In the weeks after Bishop Robert J. Cunningham’s installation in the Syracuse Diocese this spring, he took part in vespers services in every region of the...

Recommendations regarding H1N1 (Swine) Flu

Diocese of Syracuse offers information and recommendations regarding H1N1 (Swine) Flu Editor’s note: The following statement was issued by the Diocese of Syracuse. Recent concerns in regards to the spread of the H1N1 flu have continued to move the State of New...

All in the family

Dunn family boasts three members of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary By Claudia Mathis SUN staff writer Sister Virginia Dunn, SNJM, Sister Eileen Dunn, SNJM and Sister Mary Ann Dunn, SNJM are sisters in more ways than one. They grew up in Rome, and...

Getting to know Seminarian Chris Seibt

1) What did your friends and family think when you told them you wanted to study for the priesthood? I know that for many people the support of family and friends is an important factor in their decision to pursue a vocation to the priesthood or religious life....

A direct line

Catholic Diocese of Nakuru Mission plans Mass and benefit By Claudia Mathis SUN staff writer “Whatever you do to the least of these, you do to me.” — Jesus in Matthew 25:40 MATTYDALE — The Catholic Diocese of Nakuru Mission (CDNM), in...

Seton Catholic opening Mass

Deacon Tom Picciano sun contributing writing BINGHAMTON — Bishop Robert Cunningham was welcomed as a “Saint” at Seton Catholic Central on Sept. 11. The bishop was presented with a green bag filled with several items — including a sweatshirt and...

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