• Richard Nordvold
    October 23, 2013 Reply

    Your Eminence:
    Excellent blog. I love my adopted church and am grateful that we can acknowledge our shortcomings right along with our virtues. Without our shortcomings why would we ever have needed or have need of a Savior.
    God Bless

  • Mark Wheeler
    October 23, 2013 Reply

    Your Eminence,

    Thank you very much for writing this article. I found it to be a wonderfully honest read. Since my conversion into the Catholic Church three Easters ago I have been truly humbled by the beauty of the Church and all of it’s teachings. I am truly thankful that I have been able to be witness to the works of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis. Although I was alive during Blessed John Paul II’s time in the chair of St. Peter I was ignorant to his works until recently when I began my thirst to learn about the Holy Catholic Church. I want to say that I love our current Pope Francis. Everytime I read about what he says or does I can’t help but to picture Christ at work. I also felt the same way with Pope Benedict XVI. Thank you again, Your Eminence, for writing this article. Peace be with you.

    Mark Wheeler

  • Bob Pegritz
    October 23, 2013 Reply

    Cardinal Dolan’s observations are echoed in Mike Aquilina’s new book “Good Pope, Bad Pope.” Like every family, we come from a somewhat colorful past.

  • Rosemarie & Eugene Sidoti
    October 23, 2013 Reply

    Cardinal Dolan thank you for the trip down memory lane. How blessed we are to be able to remember these wonderful Popes.
    BTW we are Dr. Paul Sidotis Mom & Dad. We live in Narragansett Rhode Island.

  • Mary Jo Kelly
    October 23, 2013 Reply

    Good summary of the Popes of our circa. Enjoyed. Thanks so for this. We really are lucky to have Pope Frances!!!!

  • Kurt Koenig
    October 23, 2013 Reply

    God bless you your Eminence.
    I was truly moved thinking of your class kneeling to pray for Pius XII and by the cartoon of the world crying for the loss of John XXIII.
    Thanks for all you do. Please do whatever you can to keep our beloved Monsignor HIlary Franco from overworking himself. God love you. Kurt Koenig

  • Ronald Gronowski
    October 23, 2013 Reply

    Cardinal; You hit a homerun once again with this article … loved it. Honest, sincere and forward looking. What a blessing to have Pope Francis. I read all of his homilies from the Vatican Site and enjoy and more importantly understand them. He, like you, writes for the common person, like me. Keep up the great work, Cardinal. And you might just ask all of those people who tell you how much they love His Holiness, to donate a buck and the renovation costs will be history. God bless you. RVG

  • Julian
    October 24, 2013 Reply

    Cardinal Dolan,
    I’m not a religious person, but I clicked on this link and really enjoyed your writing. I’m excited for the Church and where it could go under the excellent leadership of Pope Francis.

  • Marsa
    October 24, 2013 Reply

    Tank you for your blog, your Eminence. At last I can read your thoughts regularly.

  • Joe
    October 24, 2013 Reply

    Great article! Have been following you since WYD Madrid, love the insights. Just what Pope Francis ordered: a healthy dose of what makes Catholicism awesome. Keep it up!
    Joe L

  • jerrythetrucker
    October 26, 2013 Reply

    I ride with EWTN and Cardinal Dolan on Tuesdays . Lov ya Cardinal. GO DOLAN GO ! You are a great leader and Catholic mind.


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