Cardinal Dolan: Holy Thursday A Day Of Joy And SorrowThe holy day commemorates the last supper of Jesus Christ, the final meal he shared with his disciples in Jerusalem before being betrayed and crucified.
Christians Celebrate Palm SundayPalm Sunday marks the start of the Holy Week that culminates with Easter Sunday.
Cardinal Dolan: Ashes On Forehead Are Symbol Of Repentance, SolidarityAsh Wednesday marks the start of the Season of Lent -- the 40-day period of prayer, penance and sacrifice in preparation for the celebration of Easter.
CBS2’s Tony Aiello: 'Is That Brooklyn Over There?'Walking into St. Patrick’s Cathedral with Pope Francis last Thursday, Timothy Cardinal Dolan saw many famous faces positioned on the aisles, hoping for a moment with the Holy Father.
Pope's Whirlwind New York Tour Comes To An EndPope Francis' whirlwind tour of New York came to an end as he headed for Philadelphia, the final stop on his first-ever visit to the United States.
Dolan: Pope Asked To Circle Statue Of Liberty, Ellis IslandPope Francis asked to circle the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island on his way out of New York, becoming emotional as the helicopter carried him over the sights that greeted millions of immigrants to America, Cardinal Timothy Dolan said.
Pope Francis Holds Interfaith Service At 9/11 Memorial & MuseumThe National September 11 Memorial & Museum has opened its doors to heads of state, Medal of Honor recipients and most importantly the families of those lost. But Pope Francis represents the highest and holiest profile visitor to date.
De Blasio, Archdiocese Of New York Unveil Plan Regarding City's Homeless ProblemThe city and the Archdiocese of New York announced they are teaming up to provide 150 beds with social services for homeless people before winter sets in.
WCBS 880 Exclusive: Dolan Reveals More Details About Pope Francis' NYC VisitAs the city gears up for the pope's visit next week, Cardinal Timothy Dolan sat down with WCBS 880's Rich Lamb to discuss security and how the pope will get around town.
Pope Francis’ Popularity Hits Fevered Pitch As First U.S. Trip ApproachesWith just days until Pope Francis makes his first ever visit to the United States, his popularity has hit a fevered pitch.
De Blasio Administration, NY Archdiocese To Work Together On Services For PoorThe city has its eye on empty lots, closed schools and other church properties that could be used for housing and other services, some of which could be run by Catholic charities.
Renovations At St. Patrick's Cathedral Wrapping Up As Pope Francis' NYC Visit LoomsCrews are putting the finishing touches on the landmark church just in time for Pope Francis' visit in September.