Have you read the encyclical from Pope Francis? It’s on fraternity & friendship. The point is we’re all brothers & sisters who should treat each other with immense dignity and respect. Can you imagine the implications if we really believed that? I’ll talk more about that tomorrow.(more…)
Today on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I’m back with Father Dave Dwyer in New York City after the retreat at St. Mary of the Lake Seminary. Today we talk about the retreat, Christmas, and judicial nominee Brian Buescher.
Thank you for all of your Christmas greetings!
On today’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave Dwyer and I welcome summer to New York City! This is our last show until we reconvene at the Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention in August, where we’ll be coming to you live from Baltimore. God bless!
Deacon Patrick Moynihan, President, The Haitian Project joins Cardinal Dolan. pic.twitter.com/ErfYO65WfK
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Today on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I’m coming to you from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops meeting in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where I’m delighted to be joined by my neighbor and brother, Cardinal Joseph Tobin of Newark. Thanks for tuning in!
I’m delighted to have Carolyn Erstad, Director of Communications for the Diocese of Brooklyn, as my co-host today! Thanks for tuning in.
Cardinal Dolan is joined with special co-host, Carolyn Erstad. pic.twitter.com/cxAO7SMNk2
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Here is my homily for the Sixth Sunday of Easter, May 6, 2018. Today we reflect upon four ways to deepen our friendship with Jesus: prayer, Mass, the Church, and serving those in need.
Happy Anniversary to Pope Francis!
I’m coming to you from Washington, D.C., where I’m with Monsignor Brian Bransfield, a priest of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and general secretary of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, to talk about the organization of the USCCB.
I’d like to share with you five points that flow from the teachings in today’s readings.
Today, Father Dave Dwyer and I welcome several guests to Conversation with Cardinal Dolan.
Statement of Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, on the Retirement of Bishop Walsh
Today, our Holy Father, Pope Francis, accepted the retirement of Bishop Gerald Walsh from the office of auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of New York.
Bishop Walsh has served this archdiocese for 50 years, as parish priest, pastor, Director of Family and Children Services of Catholic Charities, Rector of Saint Joseph’s Seminary, Vicar for Development, and Secretary to Cardinal John O’Connor.
As required by Canon Law, Bishop Walsh submitted to Pope Francis his letter offering his retirement on the occasion of his 75th birthday this past April. I am grateful that our Holy Father took…