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  • Joe Boudreau
    October 25, 2016 Reply

    Cardinal Dolan
    Thanks for sharing the name of this book.
    My parish could surely benefit from this book.
    God Bless,
    Joe

  • Peter Creighton
    October 25, 2016 Reply

    Great articles.

  • Joe Nichols
    October 26, 2016 Reply

    Dear Cardinal Dolan;
    This sounds like an excellent book for everyone. A lot of priests are trying very hard in our area, in the Diocese of Ogdensburg. However, with the shortage of priests, it is difficult for them to find the time to focus. The real “battleground” is with our children. I have six children. I have been fortunate with them as they all have maintained their faith and attend mass each Sunday. But as you say, many of the people have the idea that it is ok to be spiritual and not religious. Of course, many of us as Catholics haven’t done ourselves any favors in our demeanor towards each other in Church, our hesitancy to welcome people in Church, and our reticence to discuss faith issues with kids, co-workers and friends.

  • Michele Baker
    October 28, 2016 Reply

    This got my attention and I will share with others. When I was a little girl, mass was a spectator sport. Priest’s back was to us; Latin that we didn’t understand, only the choir sang, and only altar boys were allowed to say the responses. Mass and our spiritual lives are better when we fully participate. I will buy the book.

 

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