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Timothy M. Dolan

Timothy M. Dolan
Pope Benedict XVI names Milwaukee Archbishop Timothy Dolan archbishop of New York. The Vatican said Dolan would succeed Cardinal Edward Egan, 76, who is retiring as archbishop after nearly nine years. The post is the most prominent in the American Catholic Church. Pope John Paul II called the job "archbishop of the capital of the world."
(Photo by Jonathan Young / February 23, 2009)
Pope Benedict XVI names Milwaukee Archbishop Timothy Dolan archbishop of New York. The Vatican said Dolan would succeed Cardinal Edward Egan, 76, who is retiring as archbishop after nearly nine years. The post is the most prominent in the American Catholic Church. Pope John Paul II called the job "archbishop of the capital of the world."
(Photo by Jonathan Young / February 23, 2009)
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  • Sex-abuse scandal: How one archbishop responded to the Catholic sex-abuse crisis

     
    The New York Times examines how Archbishop Timothy Dolan, formerly of Wisconsin and now of New York, handled the crisis involving the sexual abuse of minors by Catholic priests. In the piece, Dolan describes his struggle to balance treating abuse...
  • SNAP Blasts Archbishop Dolan

    NEW YORK, N.Y. -- New York's Catholics may not be in the best of hands according to The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests. The group claims the record of Archbishop Timothy Dolan in Milwaukee is littered with indifference. Bill Nash of...
  • Monsignor Timothy Dolan Is Next New York Archbishop

    NEW YORK (AP) - Milwaukee Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, a defender of Roman Catholic orthodoxy who led an elite seminary for U.S. priests and became known for his energy, wit and warmth, was named archbishop of New York on Monday. The Vatican said Dolan...
  • Cardinal Egan Will Undergo Surgery to Get Pacemaker

    NEW YORK (WPIX) --  Edward Cardinal Egan, Archbishop of New York, will have surgery to implant a pacemaker his chest. The surgery was initially scheduled for Monday, but it's been postponed until a stomach problem the cardinal has been complaining about...
  • Cardinal Edward Egan Feeling Better

    NEW YORK (AP) - It's believed New York Cardinal Edward Egan could be out of the hospital in a day or two. Egan was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital in Manhattan on Saturday with stomach pain. Doctors then discovered a heart condition. Spokesman Joe...
  • NYC's New Archbishop Faces Range Of Challenges

    Timothy Dolan will face an array of challenges as he takes over the premier seat in the Catholic Church in the United States - from possible closures of parishes and schools to a drop in Mass attendance and the number of priests. "He has the same...
  • Gov. Paterson Introduces Gay Marriage Bill

    NEW YORK, N.Y. (WPIX) -- Saying that the "time has come," Governor David Paterson introduced a bill Thursday that would allow same-sex couples to wed, granting them as many as 1,350 civil protections in the state of New York. "I'm introducing a bill to...
  • Archbishop Dolan Leads First Sunday Mass

    NEW YORK (WPIX) --  Archbishop Timothy Dolan attended his first Sunday mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral as the the newly installed head of the Archdiocese of New York. Dolan, the former Archbishop of Milwaukee, presided over a standing-room-only crowd and...
  • Jewish Leaders Spar Over Pope's Israel Visit

    Jewish Leaders Spar Over Pope's Israel Visit
    New York Jewish leaders are divided when it comes to Pope Benedict's historic visit to the Holy Land. The Pontiff is walking a public relations mine field as he tries to call for Palestinian-Israeli peace, while acknowledging the pain felt by both Muslims...
  • Church And Synagogue Vandals Targeted For Tougher Sentencing

    Church And Synagogue Vandals Targeted For Tougher Sentencing
    Christian and Jewish leaders and local elected officials stood together Friday to call for tougher criminal penalties for the vandalism of houses of worship. His Excellency Archbishop Timothy Dolan and State Senator Jeff Klein joined with leading...
  • NY Pastor No Longer Approves Sale To Muslim Group

    NY Pastor No Longer Approves Sale To Muslim Group
    The Staten Island pastor who signed off on a controversial plan to sell a former convent to the Muslim American Society has changed his mind. St. Margaret Mary R.C. Church Pastor Keith Fennessy sent a letter to Archbishop Timothy Dolan saying "after...
  • NY Parishes Pray For Haiti

    NY Parishes Pray For Haiti
    Churches across the New York-area prayed for the people of Haiti Sunday, as parishes across the country began taking special collections to aid relief efforts. The Evangelical Crusade of Fishers of Men in Brooklyn -- one of the largest Haitian...