Cardinal Dolan talks about stewardship through which we recognize that every single thing in life is an unmerited gift from God.
During Cardinal Dolan’s 10:15 am Mass on Sunday, February 16th, 2014, the Archbishop preaches on Christians being a light to the world and salt of the earth.
Cardinal Dolan reflects on human dignity and the Lamb of God during Respect Life Sunday at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Cardinal Dolan talks about the three principle doctrines of our faith: the Blessed Trinity, the Incarnation, and salvation on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord and the last day of the Christmas season.
Jesus means “God saves,” Cardinal Dolan reflects on Epiphany–the day that Jesus was revealed as the Savior of the world–and ponders the question, “Do I (as in all of us) need a Savior?”
In this homily for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, Cardinal Dolan holds up Saint Joseph as a model to teach us three lessons about our relationship with God.
On this last Sunday in the Church’s calendar called the Feast of Christ the King of the Universe, Cardinal Dolan meditates on the meaning of the kingship of Jesus.
Catrdinal Dolan uses the example of St. Damian of Molakai, a missionary to the lepers, to help us understand how Christ’s healing of the lepers is the Incarnation in miniature.
Cardinal Dolan teaches us about the importance of being known by name and how our identity in Christ is bound with those who are poor.
Cardinal Dolan preaches about our need to admit that we are sinners which opens us to a relationship with our Savior, Jesus Christ.