“I think it’s fantastic. He’s a great man and it’s great for the city,” said parishioner James Daly.
Pope Benedict XVI on Saturday brought 22 new Catholic churchmen, including New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan.
Apologizing for his rusty Italian, Dolan peppered his remarks with his trademark good humor. He told the cardinals that evangelizing in today’s world required its missionaries to live and spread the faith with love, joy and “sorry to bring it up, but blood.”