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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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  • Monday: Manipulation questions of the moment

     
    If Giuliani is pushing to help Bloomberg retain the Republican nomination, does that mean Bloomberg will help Giuliani become governor? If the return of Charles O'Byrne helps Gov. David Paterson function, will he be on the statewide ticket next year?...
  • Naked Ambition

     
    Which was the most fevered lunge for self-promotion by a power player? (Apologies for the late start today). 1. State Sen. Ruben Diaz Jr. (D-Bronx), a Pentecostal minister, slamming Gov. David A. Paterson for introducing a same-sex marriage bill during...

    Pope Francis continues to afflict the comfortable

    For all his humble charm, Pope Francis has been getting under the thin skin of some rich members of his flock. As F. Scott Fitzgerald remarked, the rich are different from you and me. They expect deference and coddling, especially for their charitable...

    Haiti declares search-and-rescue phase over

     
    Haiti's government has declared the search and rescue phase for survivors of the earthquake over, the United Nations announced Saturday, saying there is little hope of finding more people alive 11 days after much of the capital was reduced to rubble.

    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...