I’m at the the Telecare studios in the Diocese of Rockville Centre with Monsignor Jim Vlaun for the installation of Bishop John Barres. (more…)
On the Campus of the Catholic University of America in Washington DC, USCCB President Cardinal Daniel DiNardo and Catholic University President John Garvey join me for “Conversation with Cardinal Dolan.”
I’d like to share with you a bit of my conversation with Father Dave Dwyer from the 2016 USCCB General Assembly, outlining a brief history of the tradition of the Bishops Conference.
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.
Congratulations to Archbishop Joseph Kurtz and Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, who were elected as president and vice president, respectively of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. I would like to share with you the following press release that was issued today by the USCCB.
Archbishop Kurtz Elected President of U.S. Bishops, Cardinal DiNardo Elected Vice President
Bishops elect chairman of Catholic Education Committee Chairmen-elect chosen for five other USCCB committees New CRS, CLINIC board members chosen
November 12, 2013
BALTIMORE—Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, was elected president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) during the bishops’ annual fall General Assembly, November…
I would like to share with you the following press release that was issued today by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on pursuing a peaceful political solution in Syria instead of a military intervention.
CARDINAL DOLAN, BISHOP PATES URGE CONGRESS TO PURSUE POLITICAL SOLUTION IN SYRIA, NOT MILITARY OPTION
Bishops make appeal same day Pope Francis urges G20 nations to pursue peace
Affirm Congressional finding that only negotiated political settlement will work
Assure Congress of their prayers
WASHINGTON—On the same day that Pope Francis asked the G20 nations to “lay aside the futile pursuit of a military solution” in Syria, Cardinal Timothy…
In my role as President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, I sent a letter to Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City yesterday. I expressed my thoughts and prayers with those who are injured, with those who died, and with the families who lost loved ones. I would like to share this letter with all of you.
Cardinal Dolan Pledges Prayer, Support For Archdiocese Of Oklahoma City
May 21, 2013
WASHINGTON—Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, pledged prayers and support for the people of the Archdiocese Oklahoma City, struck by tornadoes May 20.
Today I delivered my remarks to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Baltimore, Maryland. I would like to share a copy of my text with you.
My brother bishops,
Yes, we have “a lot on our plate” as we commence our meeting, urgent issues very worthy of our solicitude as pastors — the suffering in vast areas not far from here caused by the Hurricane of two weeks ago, the imperative to the New Evangelization, the invitation offered by the Year of Faith, and our continued dialogue, engagement, and prophetic challenge to our culture over urgent issues such as…
Steve Wagner, president of the Renewal Forum and former HHS official, and Kim Daniels, religious-liberty attorney and coordinator of Catholic Voices USA, submitted a well written op-ed to the New York Daily News on human trafficking. They write about how the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Migration and Refugee Services no longer receives funding from the Obama administration because the program does not provide abortion-related services. I would like to share this op-ed with you.
Here is an excerpt from the op-ed:
For years, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ well-regarded office of Migration and Refugee Services has helped lead the…
I would like to share with you the following press release that was issued yesterday by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on President Obama’s Remarks On Marriage.
CARDINAL DOLAN: PRESIDENT OBAMA’S REMARKS ON MARRIAGE ‘DEEPLY SADDENING’WASHINGTON—Cardinal Timothy Dolan, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), issued the following statement:President Obama’s comments today in support of the redefinition of marriage are deeply saddening. As I stated in my public letter to the President on September 20, 2011, the Catholic Bishops stand ready to affirm every positive measure taken by the President and the…