Today on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave and I talk about his trip to the Holy Land, Reconciliation Monday, the power of the Sacrament of Confession, and the heartbreaking fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Today on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I discussed the appointment of Archbishop Wilton Gregory in the Archdiocese of Washington, the upcoming Reconciliation Monday, Catholic Charities of NY’s newest affordable housing project, and the new movie Breakthrough with leading actress Chrissy Metz. Listen to the podcast here.
On this week’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, the Bollandist Society discuss their dedication to the history of the saints, Stephen Unwin and John Glover talk about All Our Children, the upcoming play at the Sheen Center, and the Knights of Columbus stop by to discuss the relic of Saint John Vianney. Here’s a clip.
On today’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, we discussed my favorite parts of Lent as well as Father Dave Dwyer’s mission to the Diocese of Honolulu and his trip to the LA Congress where Bishop Barron was a keynote speaker.
On today’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Katie Linendoll and I discuss the Feast of Saint Joseph, my upcoming trip to my home state of Missouri, and last week’s devastating attack in Christchurch, New Zealand.
On today’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Katie Linendoll helps co-host this week’s episode while Father Dave is away. We talked about Lent and my favorite Lenten foods!
On today’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave Dwyer and I discuss Ash Wednesday and the meaning of the ashes, why we give things up during Lent, and those who have decided to become Catholic this Easter season.
Here’s my homily from this morning. In this morning’s Gospel, Jesus is speaking about the utter horror of sin. It would be better for us to lose an eye or a hand — to lose our life in this earth then to lose it forever in the next.
On this week’s “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan,” I discuss the Rome summit, the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, also known as the Dallas Charter, as well as the news of Cardinal Pell of Australia.
On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I discussed Monday’s press conference on alternatives to abortion and the wonderful services offered by organizations within Archdiocese of New York as well the Holy See’s decision to return Cardinal McCarrick to the lay state.