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.
Cardinal Dolan offers gratitude for the faithfuless of God and his congratulations and thanks for the witness of fidelity to those celebrating their golden wedding anniversaries.
“They shall look upon him whom they have pierced.” Cardinal Dolan preaches about the powerful image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Cardinal Dolan inaugurates the Fortnight for Freedom by recalling the primary importance of religious freedom.
Cardinal Dolan preached at the young adult mass about why we need to turn to God in prayer.
On the feast of Corpus Christi, Cardinal Dolan urges us to renew our faith and appreciation in the Holy Eucharist.
On the occasion of the ordination of eleven men to the priesthood, Cardinal Dolan encourages us to gratitude and rejoicing in the gift of the priesthood to the Church.