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Cardinal Dolan In Wake Of Deadly Shootings: Time For Us To Return To God

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Cardinal Timothy Dolan is asking people to come back to God in the wake of the recent shootings that left two black men and five police officers dead across the nation. 180 more words


The Jim Gaffigan Show brings Catholicism to the masses

Season 1 of The Jim Gaffigan Show opened with some surprisingly insightful commentary on faith and the way it’s portrayed in the media.

The comedian, known for family-friendly bits about fast food (peppered with a self-criticizing falsetto), is as different from a Louis CK in terms of content as possible. 834 more words

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Sisters of Life Throw a Block Party To Celebrate 25 Years of Pro-Life Ministry

Under the soaring roof of St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City, Cardinal Timothy Dolan praised the “fresh and young religious institute” of the Sisters of Life in a Mass of Thanksgiving for the order’s 25th anniversary on June 1. 1,378 more words


Cardinal Dolan Set to Visit St. Joseph's at New Paltz

One of the most prominent Catholic leaders in the U.S. is slated to address parishioners in New Paltz for an anniversary celebration.

On Saturday, June 4, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of New York, will deliver a special liturgy to St. 585 more words


New York "Popemobile" Is For Sale

NEW YORK (AP) — The Archdiocese of New York is auctioning off one of two vehicles Pope Francis used during his trip to New York City in September. 127 more words


Cardinal Dolan: Holy Thursday A Day Of Joy And Sorrow

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Christians across the world are marking Holy Thursday.

The holy day commemorates the last supper of Jesus Christ, the final meal he shared with his disciples in Jerusalem before being betrayed and crucified. 223 more words


Christians Celebrate Palm Sunday

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A procession down Broadway led by a miniature donkey marked Palm Sunday before Easter.

Hundreds of people carrying palm fronds walked from St. 323 more words