• Brendan Dolan
    August 12, 2015 Reply

    Your Eminence, welcome to The Emerald Isle. I do hope you enjoy your stay. Was wondering if you had traced your family ancestry? I thought I read somewhere that your antecedents were from close to Drogheda. If so, I think I can warmly welcome you to our side of the Dolans, as we can trace ourselves back to the mid 1700’s in Clogherhead/Termonfeckin which is just east of Drogheda. If not, well we’re still all part of the one true catholic church, and that’s no bad thing.

  • Diannemarie
    August 13, 2015 Reply

    Praying for you Cardinal Dolan, and thank you for all you do.

  • Eddy Toribio
    August 13, 2015 Reply

    Another thing to give thanks for: That the daily celebration of the traditional Mass was preserved! Maybe it was a mistake, but I did not see it anywhere on the post.

  • Lou
    August 14, 2015 Reply

    Well said. It goes back to so many of your homilies and the messages we hear of fear not and Jesus will always answe our prayers (when, where, wiith whom…we don not know). Our faith tells us prayers will always be answered as we have to strive and cast out into the deep. We are boats doing what built to do and with Jesus at the helm and in our hearts all is possible. We are beyond blessed fro have Cardinal Dolan as our shrphard and all the priests, deacons religious men and women who work hard each and everyday shining the light of Christ


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