St. Andrew the Apostle Byzantine Catholic Church
I recently posted on St. Francis Polish National Catholic Church in East Meadow, which is not in communion with Rome. Now I would like to point out St. Andrew which is in communion with Rome. They have Divine Liturgy every Sunday at 9 AM.
From their website:
The first Divine Liturgy in St. Andrew the Apostle Church was celebrated on December 25, 1974. Bishop Michael Dudick established this parish to service the Byzantine Catholics who had moved to the suburbs of Long Island initiating the presence of our Eastern Catholic Church in Nassau County.
St. Andrew’s Church is truly an American Eastern Catholic Church. Our services and songs are conducted in English, the language of this country, while our Theology and Traditions go back to the foundation of the early Christian Church.