Today on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave and I talk about his trip to the Holy Land, Reconciliation Monday, the power of the Sacrament of Confession, and the heartbreaking fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral.
Today on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, I discussed the appointment of Archbishop Wilton Gregory in the Archdiocese of Washington, the upcoming Reconciliation Monday, Catholic Charities of NY’s newest affordable housing project, and the new movie Breakthrough with leading actress Chrissy Metz. Listen to the podcast here.
On today’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave Dwyer and I talk about Holy Week, and commemorate New York City firefighter Michael Davidson, who died in the line of duty.
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Today on “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan,” Father Dave Dwyer and I talk about Holy Week and Easter.
Today on “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan,” Father Dave Dwyer and I discuss mortality, Lent, and Reconciliation Monday.
From the most recent “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan,” Father Dave Dwyer and I discuss Midnight Mass and Reconciliation Monday.
As a special Christmas treat, the choir of the Academy of St. Joseph in Greenwich Village, under the direction of Michael Bodnyk, performed live for us “Jesus, the Light of the World.” Thanks for listening!
Here’s a great piece on Reconciliation Monday from the point of view of a priest, Fr. Michael Duffy, of the Diocese of Rockville Centre:
I left physically exhausted, but spiritually renewed. My body ached from sitting for so long, but my soul felt like singing for having just witnessed such beauty.
Each year I’m tremendously impressed with the turn out for this “Reconciliation Monday.” But this year I was totally blown away.
Read the rest here.
December 15, 2014
You need a couple boosts to get you into the “Christmas spirit”? Try these two:
Saturday was “Santacon,” which, I’m told, means a lot of young adults dressing like Santa Claus and doing a “pub crawl” through Manhattan. From what I hear, it attracts a lot of people, some of whom imbibe a bit too much “Christmas cheer.”
But there were also a hundred or so young adults down at K-Mart at Astor Place, members of our Catholic Charities Junior Board, keeping a tradition called “St. Nicholas Shopping Spree.” They, too, have a lot of fun, but in a…
I hope that our non-Catholic friends will pardon many of us Catholics today. They will probably sense that we’re a bit jittery: This is Holy Week, and, today is Reconciliation Monday throughout all five boroughs, Long Island, and seven counties north of the Bronx, reaching almost to Albany. Sometime this week, especially today in the Archdiocese of New York, Diocese of Brooklyn, and Diocese of Rockville Centre (as every parish in those three dioceses has confessions available from 3:00-9:00) many of us will approach the sacrament of penance to conclude Lent and be ready for Easter.
So, we’re a little…