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Cardinal Dolan issued this message of welcome Jan. 20 following the announcement that Pope Francis would be visiting New York in September. more
Paper-wrapped boxes, tied up with ribbon and sealed with red wax stamped with an imprint that said “Curia of the Archdiocese of New York,” were stacked inside the office of Cardinal Dolan on the … more
During the annual Respect Life Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral last Sunday, Cardinal Dolan said, “Jesus came, my brothers and sisters, to remind us that every human life is sacred.” … more
As temperatures dipped outdoors, the fourth annual Catholic Charities’ “Feeding Our Neighbors” campaign kicked off Jan. 11 aiming to bring 1 million meals to hungry New Yorkers. … more
Cardinal Dolan, Pastor A. R. Bernard and Rev. Jimmy Lim pay respects Jan. 2 at the street memorial of slain NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos. The memorial, at the intersection of Myrtle and … more
Cardinal Dolan celebrates Dec. 20 Mass at St. Simon Stock Church, the Bronx, marking the 125th anniversary of the Carmelite order’s arrival in New York City. Carmelites have served at St. Simon … more
In recalling the famous chant that broke out during a homily given by St. John Paul II during a Mass he celebrated in Victory Square in Warsaw, Poland, in June 1979, Cardinal Dolan said the 2 million … more
Cardinal Dolan visited the grieving family of Officer Rafael Ramos in Brooklyn Dec. 23 to offer his personal condolences on behalf of New York Catholics. Officer Ramos and his partner Officer Wenjian Liu were shot at point blank range in an ambush December 20 as they sat in their patrol car in Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. The gunman, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, then fled the scene and subsequently took his own life in a nearby subway station. more
With Christmas approaching, Cardinal Dolan once again sought to salve a city raw with anger and division when he delivered his homily at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Sunday morning, Dec. 21. Less … more
Cardinal Dolan said he wants “nothing further to do” with Priests for Life, which has its headquarters on Staten Island. The cardinal said he had been asked by the Vatican Congregation for … more
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