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Edward Egan

Cardinal Edward Egan is the head of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York.
Cardinal Edward Egan is the head of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. « Show less

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  • U.S. cardinals see many hurdles for next pope

    VATICAN CITY - The next pope will need to address an accelerating loss of religious faith in the West, a growing gap between the rich and poor and the lack of trust between Roman Catholics and Muslims, three American cardinals said yesterday.
  • Crime & Punishment: Woman leads police on high-speed chase to avoid paying $9.15 tab

    Crime & Punishment: Woman leads police on high-speed chase to avoid paying $9.15 tab
    Cardinal Edward Egan has had time to think it over and he's not sorry about that outbreak of child sex abuse at the Archdiocese of Bridgeport. Speaking to Connecticut Magazine, Egan, who was bishop of the archdiocese from 1988 to 2000, looked back on...

    New York Archbishop Dolan Promoted To Cardinal

    New York Archbishop Dolan Promoted To Cardinal
    Pope Benedict XVI announced Friday that Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York, will be elevated to the dignity of Cardinal. Archbishop Dolan is slated to receive the elevated title in a consistory to be held on February 18, 2012. In response to the...

    Cardinal Dolan's Mom Has Passport Ready For Trip To Rome

    Cardinal Dolan's Mom Has Passport Ready For Trip To Rome
    From her home in Washington, Missouri, the 82 year old mother of New York's Cardinal-Designate, Timothy Dolan, told PIX 11 she's got her passport ready for the trip to Rome next month, where she will see Pope Benedict the XVI elevate her 61 year old son...

    Timeline: Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport Priest Abuse Case

    March 2001. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport settles 23 lawsuits brought against seven unnamed priests for an undisclosed amount of money. The court orders the documents sealed and church officials believe eventually destroyed. Four newspapers &#...