On today’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave Dwyer and I talk about the coming season of Advent, voting and election day, social media, pro-life movements, and much more. Thanks for listening!
Father Dave Dwyer and I catch up after our travels on today’s episode of Conversation with Cardinal Dolan.
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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On today’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave Dwyer and I talk about the Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker, the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, and the sad case of Alfie Evans, who went home to God on Saturday.
Today on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave Dwyer and I catch up between retreats and discuss the U.S. Senate’s failure to adopt the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
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Mass of the Vigil for Life
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
January 18, 2018
“Let us give thanks to the Father,
who has made you fit to share
in the inheritance…
Today I’m coming to you from the USCCB headquarters in Washington, D.C., where I’m with Father Joseph Corpora, C.S.C. of the Alliance for Catholic Education to talk about Catholic schools. Thanks for tuning in!
Today on “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan,” Father Dave Dwyer and I talk about upcoming travel plans and resisting the culture of death.
On “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan,” Father Dave Dwyer and I discuss New York City in February, the consistency of the Catholic perspective, and effects of social media.
I’d like to share with you a column I wrote about recent troubling developments at the state and national levels. Here’s an excerpt:
Recently, over an enjoyable meal, a rabbi friend and I discussed at length a litany of controversial issues, from immigration to the death penalty; from minimum wage to abortion; from prison reform to physician-assisted-suicide. We agreed on some, differed on others. At the end of our pleasant conversation, my colleague teased me, “The trouble with you is that you’re so damn consistent!”
I take that as a compliment! Our belief in the dignity of the…