Posts Tagged ‘Cardinal Timothy Dolan’

Archdiocese fully compliant with safeguarding policies Comments 0

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

A new report says the archdiocese of New York is fully compliant with the U.S. bishops’ safeguarding policies. The U.S. bishops have a zero tolerance policy in relation to abuse. They aim to have no priests or deacons in active ministry that have had claims of abuse substantiated. The report was prepared by Judge Barbara Read more

Tributes flow for Billy Graham Comments 0

Monday, February 26th, 2018

The late Billy Graham has drawn tributes from cardinals, bishops, priests and lay Catholics. Graham was a Southern Baptist evangelical preacher from the United States who was admired by many Catholics. He died last Wednesday aged 99. The Archbishop of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan has paid tribute to Graham. “As anyone growing up in Read more

Honesty about church flaws is best policy Comments 0

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Cardinal Timothy Dolan says honesty, humbly and openly sharing the “wounds” and shortcomings of the church, might bring those who are alienated back to the practice of the faith. Using the image of the church as “our supernatural family … [which] priests, are called to image,” Dolan says human weakness has been a part of Read more

Steve Bannon: Church “terrible” to Trump; Church says Bannon’s preposterous Comments 0

Monday, September 11th, 2017

Cardinal Timothy Dolan  says claims by Steve Bannon that US Catholic bishops are only advocating for immigrants “for economic benefit and to fill pews” are “preposterous and rather insulting.” Bannon, who is a former adviser to president Trump, says he believes the church has been “terrible” to Mr. Trump on the issue of immigration. He Read more

New York archdiocese merges dozens of parishes Comments 0

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

New York archdiocese has moved to merge more than 50 of its 368 parishes with neighbouring parishes. In a column published online in Catholic New York, Cardinal Timothy Dolan said 14 per cent of the archdiocese’s 368 parishes would undergo a “purgatory” of sorts and be merged with neighbours. “I wish it could be different. Read more

Softer language doesn’t mean softer teaching, cardinals say Comments 0

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

Momentum is building at the synod on the family for a change in the language the Church uses in its teaching on sexuality. But that doesn’t mean a change in Church doctrine, two leading cardinals have said. “Everybody wants to show God’s love and mercy, but it also brings you to very difficult situations and Read more

Fulton Sheen beatification process on indefinite hold Comments 0

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

The cause for beatification of American evangelist Archbishop Fulton Sheen has been suspended indefinitely because of a spat between two US dioceses. In a September 3 communiqué, the Diocese of Peoria, where Archbishop Sheen was born, announced that the cause was suspended “for the foreseeable future” and would be assigned to a Vatican archive. This Read more

Pope Francis and a facelift for the Church Comments 0

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

At 64, Cardinal Timothy Dolan is poised to be a force in Catholic life for a long time. In late August, he sat down for a wide-ranging interview about Pope Francis, anti-Christian persecution, the Obama administration, the Church’s sexual abuse scandals, hard choices in New York, and more. In Part 1 of Crux’s exclusive interview, Read more

NY cardinal doesn’t object to gay group in St Patrick’s parade Comments 5

Friday, September 5th, 2014

New York’s Cardinal Timothy Dolan has not objected to a gay group being allowed to march under its own banner in the city’s St Patrick’s Day parade next year. Cardinal Dolan, who is archbishop of New York, is also the grand marshal for the parade on March 17. The parade committee chose OUT@NBCUniversal -a lesbian, Read more

Cardinal Dolan says Pope not endorsing socialism Comments 3

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York has written that Pope Francis is not endorsing socialism, despite a recent papal call for economic redistribution by states. Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Cardinal Dolan stated the Pope believes capitalism must come with “compassion and generosity”. The principal focus of Pope Francis’s economic teaching is that economic Read more