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The Police Holy Name Society of Suffolk County was formed for Catholic Police Officers, and all other Law Enforcement Officers, employed by or retired from law enforcement agencies within Suffolk County. We conduct monthly meetings and other events throughout the year. Although attendance is not mandatory, participation is heartily encouraged. We provide assistance to those in need and we offer scholarships to dependents of active and lifetime members. We provide scholarships for Catholic grade school and high school, as well as to accredited public and/or private college, and Catholic universities or colleges. Come Join Us and Be Proud of Your Catholic Faith! We're more than a fraternal organization † Continue to Pray to End Abortion, Choose Life!

Holy Name Society West Point Football Trip

Holy Name Society West Point Football Trip

On September 9th, approximately fifty members and some family took a bus trip to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.  It was a great trip.  Breakfast on the bus, and a hot lunch under a tent by the riverside where many years ago new cadets would come from NYC. After lunch we went by […]

West Point Army Football

West Point Army Football

On Saturday, 9/9/2017, the Holy Name Society is conducting a trip to West Point to see the West Point Academy team play the Buffalo team at Michie Stadium at West point. Cost is $70.00 per person. Coach bus transportation and Reserved Parking Breakfast, Catered Lunch, and all beverages. Reserved seating for the game Reserved and […]

Join the Holy Name Society for a Ducks Game

Join the Holy Name Society for a Ducks Game

On Thursday, July 6th, 2017, come join the Holy Name Society at the Ducks’ Stadium in Central Islip, as the Long Island Ducks play the Lancaster Barnstormers.  The time of the game is 6:35 PM. but come early and have some fun.  The Society has 120 seats in section 113 on the 3rd base side.  […]

2017 Annual Communion Breakfast

2017 Annual Communion Breakfast

This is a reminder.  The 2017 Annual Communion Breakfast is scheduled for Sunday, May 21st, 2017.  The Mass will be held at St. Joseph’s Church, in Ronkonkoma, at 0900 hrs.  Society members and families will begin forming up at 0830 hrs. in order that we may march into church as a group. Following the Mass, […]

Chaplin’s Easter Message 2017

Chaplin’s Easter Message 2017

Chaplin’s Easter Message: We are created for God Death does not miss anyone. I’m now 69 years old; seven years older than my father was when he died at age 62, and two years younger than my mom at age 71. Aware of the statistics and probability, I applied for and started collecting my Social […]

West Point Football Game

West Point Football Game

The Society is in the process of making arrangements for a sponsored trip this Fall to the United States Military Academy at West Point to watch the Army’s Black Knights play another team not determined at this time, at the Stadium at West Point. We do not have a date as yet.  As soon as […]

2017 Communion Mass and Breakfast

2017 Communion Mass and Breakfast

Greetings to All: I hope this letter finds you and your family well. The following information pertains to our 2017 Annual Mass and Communion Breakfast. 1. 2017 Annual Mass and Communion Breakfast: The Society cordially invites you and your family to celebrate Mass with us and attend the Communion Breakfast immediately afterwards on Sunday, May […]

Ash Wednesday and the Season of Lent 2017

Ash Wednesday and the Season of Lent 2017

Ash Wednesday – Wednesday, March 1, 2017 The Beginning of Lent REGULATIONS on FASTING and ABSTINENCE The dual disciplines of fasting and abstinence have a long history in the Catholic Church. Going back to the early Church, the purpose behind the custom of self denial is not punishment; it is to simplify our lifestyles so […]