August 21, 2017 Faith, healing, Intercession, prayer, The Canaanite Woman The Nature of Our Prayer Here is my homily for August 20, 2017. Thanks for listening! http://traffic.libsyn.com/cardinaldolan/08-20-17_Cardinal_Dolan_Homily.mp3Podcast (homilies): Download (14.1MB) pam durant August 21, 2017 Reply thank you, I enjoy listening to you Homily. Pam Patti Valitzski August 21, 2017 Reply Thank you Gives you hope I talk to God pretty much everyday ,I tell Him about everything I ask for help too. Sometimes I just want Him to listen to me . Sometimes I listen for Him . I even get mad at him and let Him know how frustrated I am. I think He can take it. The one thing I do know one day He is gonna know when I am coming home I will know Him and He will know me we won’t have to catch up much . See We love each other so we understand if we get mad at each other from time to time and that’s ok . Matthew Tedrick August 22, 2017 Reply Cardinal Dolan, My name is Matt Tedrick and I only recently started following you on Facebook, which led me to your homily. I’ve never prayed with fervor before, only at night before I would go to bed and I’d usually fall asleep mid way through them. Only recently have I devoted time to prayer and grown closer to multiple saints including St. Catherine of Siena and John Henry Newman. That’s what made the timing of his homily so important. It moved me to tears of joy. We are all one big catholic family, a communion of saints as you said, and never have I felt more connected to them! I have a long way to go in many areas, but your homily has served as a reminder that I’m headed in the right direction. Thank you and god bless! Matt Karl August 22, 2017 Reply Very nice your grace. As a fair preacher and seminary grad, i appreciate excellent and effective sermons. Prayer is so very important and has helped in life’s good and difficult times, yet so few remember a simple Thank You to God when things go well. I left elca ch. and, although often attend the RC church, became Orthidox. I was a strange Lutheran, saying tge Rosary with Cardinal Cushing, it gives me peace today as well, and used to know most mass in Latin. Now in Greek. I long for cliser feelings and understanding among Christ’s followers. Pax Domini sit semper vobis! Joseph Boudreau August 23, 2017 Reply Cardinal Dolan, Enjoyed your homily on Sunday on prayer. Your in my prayers each day please keep me in yours. God’s Many Blessings, Joe Boudreau NAME * EMAIL * (never published) COMMENT * COMMENT * Error Please check your entries! Click here to cancel reply.