On yesterday’s Conversation with Cardinal Dolan show, I had my mom on to share our Dolan family Thanksgiving traditions and recipes, including stuffed celery and stuffing. What are your favorite Thanksgiving recipes and traditions?
Today on Conversation with Cardinal Dolan, Father Dave Dwyer and I talk about the Miraculous Medal, Thanksgiving, and Christmas in Manhattan.
Here is my homily for the Feast of Christ the King, November 26, 2017. Thanks for listening!
In our Catholic understanding, the Lord comes to us in three different ways. Christ Jesus, the Son of God, the Lord has come to us in history, He comes to us in mystery, and He comes to us in majesty. There’s the three advents – the three arrivals – of our Lord that we contemplate during this beautiful season of Advent.
This morning, the New York Post published my op-ed about my special prayer for Thanksgiving. I would like to share it with you.
Here is an excerpt:
I praise God for the radiant virtue so evident in our community since the wreckage of the hurricane. You will pardon me, I hope, and I trust that you’ll understand, if I say that I am especially proud of our Catholic family’s generous outreach, although I rejoice in the ecumenical extent of the area’s compassion.
While Thursday will find many of our neighbors still without homes and provisions, I trust they can at…
Rome . . . the “Eternal City,” the Caput Mundi (the “capital of the world”);
The city of Romulus and Remus, of the Caesars and Nero;
The city that gave its name to one of the most sustained periods of peace the world has ever known, the Pax Romana; the seat of government over the most extensive, unified empire ever;
Rome . . . whose edicts could summon Joseph and Mary to Bethlehem for the nativity of their firstborn, Jesus, and whose appointed governor, Pontius Pilate, would sentence Him to death on a cross thirty-three years later;
Rome . . . the roads,…
Today I visited the Joseph P. Kennedy Center in Harlem to participate in the annual Catholic Charities Thanksgiving Food Distribution. We were able to provide food to hundreds of individuals.
Here is the statement that I released to the press today:
Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan
Kennedy Memorial Center
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Thanksgiving is a most wonderful time. We praise God for His many blessings, as we gather with family and friends. Thanksgiving is also wonderful because this season inspires a generosity that brings out the best in people. Our presence here today exemplifies this spirit of generosity. I, along…