• Lady.Rosary
    September 12, 2011 Reply

    Lovely homilies. That day in history has marked an indellible print in the hearts of everyone. We will always be united in prayer.

  • Michael J
    September 18, 2011 Reply

    Dear Archbishop Dolan, I just want to address an offensive statement in your homily, namely the one where you say that you heard there were no atheists in New York on 9/11. Since you don’t seem to dispute that claim, I will. There were many many thousands, if not millions of atheists there that day and many of them died in the World Trade Center–Your callous dismissal of them notwithstanding. For your information, there are also plenty of atheists in foxholes, manning the front lines in the fight to keep your religious liberty intact. Where you won’t find theists like yourself of course, are in hospital waiting rooms, where though some may profess a belief in God’s ability to heal, those same people rest their true faith on the real world skills of scientists and medical doctors. Don’t pretend it’s not otherwise.

  • AndyP/Doria2
    September 19, 2011 Reply


  • John White
    September 20, 2011 Reply

    I appreciated the appearance of ArchBishop Dolan and Cardinal Egan at the “NYPD 10th Anniversary Remembrance Ceremony of September 11, 2001”. I found a YouTube upload of this event, entitled the same: “NYPD 10th Anniversary Remembrance Ceremony of September 11, 2001”. If you haven’t seen this YouTube video/audio highlights of that NYPD ceremony, I believe that you’ll enjoy it very much. ArchBishop Dolan and Cardinal Egan both gave excellent talks on this occasion and the NYPD put on an excellent remembrance ceremony, which was capped off with the NYPD Emerald Pipes and Drums! We must remember these NYPD heroes and the sacrifice of their family members.


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