On the Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord, Cardinal Dolan preaches about how the most important aspects of life are what we cannot see, the invisible.
Today, I released a statement on the retirement announcement of Father Donald Harrington, the President of St. John’s University.
Here is the press release:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MAY 3, 2013
STATEMENT BY CARDINAL DOLAN ON THE RETIREMENT ANNOUNCEMENT BY FATHER DONALD HARRINGTON, PRESIDENT OF ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY
Father Harrington has been a beacon of light for Catholic education in the United States for decades. His leadership and thoughtful planning of growth for one of this country’s largest Catholic universities have brought a very high level of success to the St John’s community. And tens of thousands of students, alumni and faculty have been…
On the Fifth Sunday of Easter, Cardinal Dolan explores seven characteristics of the Early Church that encourage us in living our faith.
Cardinal Dolan encourages the graduating seniors of the Archdiocesan high schools for their hard work, reflecting upon the similarities between a cathedral and the lives of each student.
In his homily for “Good Shepherd Sunday,” Cardinal Dolan challenges us to deepen our knowledge of Jesus, our Good Shepherd.
On Divine Mercy Sunday, Cardinal Dolan teaches about Jesus through the characteristics of His apparitions during the Easter Season.
In this homily, Cardinal Dolan reflects on how the restoration of the Cathedral is a metaphor for the Resurrection of Jesus and our resurrection, too.
In this homily, Cardinal Dolan preaches about the special ways that Jesus remains with us: loving service and the sacraments, especially the Holy Eucharist.
In this homily, Cardinal Dolan reflects on the importance of the Cross of Christ.
In this homily, Cardinal Dolan compares and contrasts the Mount of the Transfiguration with the Mount of Calvary, bringing out the implications for faith in our times.