• Jenny
    January 28, 2015 Reply

    Oh how I know the joy of a snow day! I not only live in northern Michigan, but also teach high school! In my 20 years of teaching, we’ve never gone this long without a snow day! Here it is 1/28 and rolling the days away. It is so true, a snow day allows us to catch up with our lives! Thank you for showing that this is how the Sabbath should be observed too. BtW, you mentioned in your homily today that the mics were not working for yesterday’s daily Mass on Sirius, I listen through the homily daily on my 5 minutes commute and heard your Tuesday loud and clear. Thank you!

  • Linda Dellacamera
    January 28, 2015 Reply

    wish we could find somebody in Congress to start a bill to close all stores on Sunday. It could go back to when we were kids and Dad was home every Sunday and we did things as small as taking a ride to the country and stop at McDonalds which was a treat. Catholics could get behind it just as we do for March of Life.

  • Tom Clarke
    January 29, 2015 Reply

    Cardinal Dolan,
    You complimented the half dozen people who made the 7am Mass yesterday. My thanks to you for being there for those of us listening on radio. Highlight of my day. Praise Jesus!
    Your friend and admirer,

  • Fr Mike Novick
    January 31, 2015 Reply

    We haven’t had a snow day yet this year, but a couple of days we closed due to the subzero temps. We had the snow last year. Tomorrow would be if it were not Sunday. My favorite snow day was last year. It was good to be like the Cardinal in that extra prayer time was in order. Too bad we don’t just make extra time without the snow. Maybe see what happens on Monday.


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