• charlie balsam
    June 18, 2014 Reply

    Thank YOU Cardinal Dolan for recognizing the dignity of the vocation of marriage, and, as you previously said, “If we can fix marriage, we can fix the vocation crisis” or something to that effect. My question: when are our bishops going to courageously DO SOMETHING to strengthen married life, rather than reiterate Church teaching and defend marriage. We could be more eloquent, but if we do not have happy, healthy, evangelized and evangelizing couples on the path to holiness, our doctrines mean little and do not save. You could take a hint from St. John Paul’s Familiaris consortio, nos. 65-70. I labored in the m&f vineyard for 30 years.’Drank the USCCB kool aid. I have some ideas. E mail me. Bless you for your passion for Jesus and his Church!

  • Michael Dusthimer
    June 18, 2014 Reply

    awesome reflection, thank cardinal Dolan:-)

  • Robert L Duden
    June 18, 2014 Reply

    The Blessed Trinity can also be beyond our understanding as mere mortals. That is where faith comes in and the willingness to accept it. I would say the same with marriage. That is, not so much that it is beyond our understanding but the miracle it creates.and the faith that is present in that miracle.

  • Donna Siler
    June 18, 2014 Reply

    I enjoy listening to you on the Catholic Channel on XM radio.


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