On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I talked about the canonization of John Henry Newman. He was a towering intellectual and Anglican priest who converted to Catholicism. We also talked about Mother Cabrini and her statue in New York.
Yesterday on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I discussed a photo of a priest with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig that my social media followers helped me identify. Speaking of baseball, congratulations are in order to the St. Louis Cardinals and New York Yankees who are heading to the playoffs.
It might seem odd that someone like me would try to deny the existence of a miracle. But, there’s a first time for everything, and I’m here to tell you that the 1969 Mets were no miracle.
Surprising? Perhaps. Amazing? No question.
But a team that included Cleon Jones and Tommie Agee, Art Shamsky and Ron Swoboda, Ed Kranepool and Donn Clendenon, Buddy Harrelson, Ken Boswell, Ed Charles, Wayne Garrett, and Jerry Grote, plus a pitching staff of Jerry Koosman, Gar Gentry, Nolan Ryan, Tug McGraw, Don Cardwell, with…
Father Dave Dwyer and I catch up after our travels on today’s episode of Conversation with Cardinal Dolan.
From my podcast, “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan” on SIRIUS XM, here’s a bit of my conversation with Msgr. Jim Vlaun about the Al Smith Dinner, the World Series, the Bishops Committee on Pro-Life Activities, and the plight of Christians in Iraq.