“I am honored, humbled, and grateful, …but, let’s be frank: this is not about Timothy Dolan; this is an honor from the Holy Father to the Archdiocese of New York, and to all our cherished friends and neighbors who call this great community home,” Dolan said.
WCBS Newsradio 880 is counting down the top 11 Tri-State area news stories of 2011 and number 9 marked a major change for the civil rights of those in the Empire State.
Gay and lesbian couples can legally begin pre-applying for a $35 marriage license starting July 5. On July 25, New York State will begin issuing those licenses.
Dan Gallagher and Peter Shearer were dating for 14 years, but it took only 30 seconds to pop the question, in the middle of the New York Lesbian and Gay Pride Run no less.
Activists are calling it a major victory in civil rights as celebrations continue around New York City today after Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a same-sex marriage bill into law.
The controversy surrounding same-sex marriage found its way into the prayer service at St. Patrick’s cathedral in New York City.
As lawmakers continue to hash out a gay marriage bill in Albany, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has become a prominent champion of legalized gay marriage, pushing his state into the center of the national debate over an emotional and divisive issue.
There was a sense of moving from the darkness of Good Friday to the light of Easter morning during a three hour service inside Saint Patrick’s Cathedral.
New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan calls this year’s confluence of Passover and Holy Week providential, saying it creates “a magnificent atmosphere.”
Dolan told the graduating Catholic school seniors their education prepares them for this life and the next.
Archbishop Timothy Dolan flatly rejected the idea that the church is hiding $130 million dollars in an effort to avoid paying off sex abuse victims.
Attorneys in Milwaukee are seeking to bring New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan back to Milwaukee for questioning in an ongoing lawsuit.
Worshipers packed St. Patrick’s Cathedral for the midnight mass that was both a solemn service and a joyous celebration.
It’s the city that never sleeps, so Archbishop Timothy Dolan is sticking with the tradition of holding it at midnight, though many Catholic churches are holding it earlier.
Looking ever so jolly, Archbishop Timothy Dolan played Santa Claus sitting in a corner handing out gifts wrapped in red paper to needy kids at St. Cecilia’s on 106th Street.