Tag: Archbishop Timothy Dolan

From Fifth Avenue to Camaguey, Cuba, cardinal’s visit displays world ties

From Fifth Avenue to Camaguey, Cuba, cardinal’s visit displays world ties

| Rhina Guidos | February 11, 2020 | 0 Comments

Cuban Archbishop Wilfredo Pino Estevez gently motioned U.S. Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan toward the man quietly sitting in the chair who had recently lost part of his leg due to complications from diabetes.

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U.S. urged to end funding of research using tissue from aborted babies

U.S. urged to end funding of research using tissue from aborted babies

| September 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

The chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities praised a decision by the U.S. secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services to end a Food and Drug Administration contract with a company “whose business is to procure aborted baby parts for research.”

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‘We need you,’ cardinal tells Catholic studies program

‘We need you,’ cardinal tells Catholic studies program

| November 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

“The Catholic studies program at the University of St. Thomas was the first one. And, they started something big.” – Cardinal Timothy Dolan

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Quotes from this week’s newsmakers – December 15, 2011

Quotes from this week’s newsmakers – December 15, 2011

| December 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

“Imagine what would happen if a squad of firefighters runs so fast at the sound of an alarm to put out a fire, but once on the scene realizes that they have no tanks, not even a drop of water with them. That’s how we are if we run out to preach without praying. One who prays without speaking does more evangelization than one who speaks without praying.”

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Quotes from this week’s newsmakers — December 8, 2011

Quotes from this week’s newsmakers — December 8, 2011

| December 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

“If you’ve been away, come home to your parish, and visit CatholicsComeHome.org today.”
— Part of the message of a new advertising campaign airing on major television networks Dec. 16-Jan. 8 sponsored by the Atlanta-based organization Catholics Come Home, which seeks to bring Catholics back to church

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Quotes from this week’s newsmakers – November 23, 2011

Quotes from this week’s newsmakers – November 23, 2011

| November 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

“One of the good things that God might bring out of this is some kind of alliance between the church and the educational community. We might come with a little wisdom earned the hard way to that table.”
— Archbishop Timothy Dolan of New York, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, responding to a question about the sexual abuse scandal rocking Penn State University during a Nov. 14 news conference following the first session of the USCCB fall general assembly

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Quotes from this week’s newsmakers – September 29, 2011

Quotes from this week’s newsmakers – September 29, 2011

| September 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

“The Catholic bishops stand ready to affirm every positive measure taken by you and your administration to strengthen marriage and the family. We cannot be silent, however, when federal steps harmful to marriage, the laws defending it and religious freedom continue apace.”

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Quotes from this week’s newsmakers – August 18, 2011

Quotes from this week’s newsmakers – August 18, 2011

| August 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

“All of us are praying for rain, but all we see are rain clouds in the distance. We never see any rain.”
— Msgr. John Anderson, vicar general for the Diocese of Las Cruces, N.M., regarding a “D4” level drought — the most intense level on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s scale — affecting most of Texas and significant portions of New Mexico and Oklahoma

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Marriage amendment deserves our support

Marriage amendment deserves our support

Regrettably, the media and some secular commentators have chosen to mischaracterize this measure as anti-gay, mean-spirited and prejudicial. This is not the case or the intent behind the initiative.

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