The sexual abuse of any human being—and particularly the sexual abuse of children—is a terrible sin and a crime. It should not happen anywhere, and it most particularly should not happen in the Catholic Church. The fact that it did—and on such a significant scale—is disgraceful and the Bishop is committed to removing any remaining abusers and keeping out future ones.
Aleteia Catholic publication writes about the evolution of Immaculate Conception Seminary.
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The Seminary of the Immaculate Conception is a center for ongoing formation for clergy, religious, and lay people.
The Development Office continues to create programs and events to “support our seminarians, our future priests” and to increase awareness of the many facets of the Seminary.
Located on more than 200 pristine acres on Long Island, the 200-bed facility hosts retreats, conferences and classes.
The expansive resources in the library collection contains more than 50,000 volumes, including some 4,000 rare books.
The Sacred Heart Institure facilitates the ongoing formation of priests and deacons and strengthens the bonds of fraternity.