On Conversations with Cardinal Dolan today, Father Dave and I discussed how recent attacks on houses of worship are attacks on places that bring light and love into the world, not darkness and division. Plus, how it’s good to get away for quiet time!
This week on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, we catch up after the holidays and talk about the rhythm of the Christmas season, New Year’s resolutions, and the naming of parishes.
This week we’re coming to you from the Sheen Center for our “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan” Christmas show!(more…)
On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan show, I had my mom on to share our Dolan family Thanksgiving traditions and recipes, including stuffed celery and stuffing. What are your favorite Thanksgiving recipes and traditions?
I’m back from Rome this week. On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave Dwyer and I discussed the recent Ad Limina with the New York bishops. Listen to the podcast here.
On this week’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I’m coming to you from Rome while my brother bishops and I are on our ad limina. I’m joined by Fr. Adam Park, the vice rector at the Pontifical North American College, and Fr. Mike Romano, the director of admissions.
On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Katie Linendoll filled in as co-host — thanks for coming! We discussed my book that went on sale yesterday. We also talked about the challenging times for Catholics in today’s societal noise.
On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, we had a live audience at SiriusXM headquarters in NYC. We talked about my upcoming book including my inspiration behind writing it. We also gave a sneak peak of the audiobook read by Father Dave Dwyer.
On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I talked about the canonization of John Henry Newman. He was a towering intellectual and Anglican priest who converted to Catholicism. We also talked about Mother Cabrini and her statue in New York.
On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I talked about my recent trip to the Diocese of Toledo as well as the feast days of our Jewish neighbors including Yom Kippur, which started last night.
I also talked about a recent article discussing celibacy as a requirement for priests.