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Looking Past Cardinal Dolan's Hearty Smile

In Rome, Vatican watchers like to say that the institutional Catholic Church measures time not with a clock, but with a calendar, and that its memory is as durable as the records in its archives, where Galileo’s signature, preserved in the documents from his famous trial, looks like it was penned yesterday. 607 more words


Appeals Court rules against Catholic Church's attempt to hide funds from sex abuse victims on religious freedom claim

Archbishop Timothy Dolan, who is now head of the New York diocese, attempted to hide $55 million of funds in the Milwaukee diocese from sexual abuse victims when he was head of that diocese several years ago. 309 more words


Targeting the trust fund: Court puts nearly $60 million back in play in Archdiocese bankruptcy case

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — A federal appeals court has issued a ruling that puts nearly $60 million back in play. It’s cash that could be paid to victims in the Catholic clergy sex abuse scandal. 493 more words

The Lowe Down

Appeals court: $55M cemetery trust fair game in Milwaukee Archdiocese bankruptcy case

MADISON (AP) — An appeals court has ruled that a $55 million cemetery trust fund is fair game in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s bankruptcy case. 149 more words


Peggy Noonan: Cardinal, Please Spare This Church

Wall Street Journal : The Archdiocese of New York is threatening to close down my little church, a jewel in Catholicism’s crown on 89th Street just off Madison, in Carnegie Hill, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. 27 more words


Cardinal Timothy Dolan addresses "tensions and divisions" in New York during Christmas Eve Mass

NEW YORK (WITI) — Catholic faithful turned out for the Christmas Eve Midnight Mass at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in New York.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo were among those in attendance for the packed Mass. 220 more words


The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ November 16, 2014

“Fecisti nos ad te, Domine, et inequietum est cor nostrum, donec requiescat in te” (For Thou hast made us for Thyself, O Lord, and our hearts are restless until they rest in Thee) 726 more words