Beacon Of Hope House


Beacon Of Hope House is listed in the Mental Health Services category in Staten Island, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Beacon Of Hope House which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Beacon Of Hope House on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

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90 Hancock St
Staten Island, NY 10305
(718) 979-6241
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Discussing the meaning of the Chair of St Peter before Bernini's famous Chair with @MoRocca for @CBSSunday

On the Feast of the Chair of St. Peter, I met students from @StAnthonysHS from L.I. who were singing at Mass here!

After a spiritually enriching retreat here in Assisi, being interviewed by @MoRocca for @CBSSunday. Tentatively sch…

I'm delighted to be counted among the ranks of CNEWA's 90th anniversary series, "90 Years, 90 Heroes." Many thanks to Greg Kandra for thinking of me, and to the heroic Catholic Near East Welfare Association for all the work that they do!
One of the more energetic and visible advocates for CNEWA's work among the persecuted and the poor has been the archbishop of New York, Cardinal Timothy Do

I'm delighted to be counted in @CNEWA's 90th anniversary series, "90 Years, 90 Heroes." Thanks, @DeaconGregK!…

RT @CardinalDolan: We ask God's healing upon those who strain under the heaviness of mental and emotional affliction.…

On “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan,” Father Dave Dwyer and I discuss New York City in February, the consistency of the Catholic perspective, and the effects of social media.

Historians tell us that in the early decades of the Church, what attracted people to the Church was their love – see how those Christians love one another! – and their courage as they suffered persecution for the sake of their faith.
Here is my Homily from February 5th, 2017.

As Catholics, we affirm the civil rights of the innocent baby in the womb and oppose the death penalty; we advocate for both the vulnerable refugee and for the struggling laborer. This consistency is hardly unique to us Catholics, but characterizes the values of people of many religions, or none at all. It’s a bedrock principle of this great Republic founded upon certain self-evident, inalienable rights. Recently, we’ve been let down by our national and state executives.
Recently, over an enjoyable meal, a rabbi friend and I discussed at length a litany of controversial issues, from immigration

Yesterday, I was at the the Telecare studios in the Diocese of Rockville Centre with Monsignor Jim Vlaun for the installation of Bishop John Barres. We reflected on the March for Life, the Presidential Inauguration, and the recent executive order concerning immigration.