Radio Archive #42: Archbishop Timothy Dolan and Haiti
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In this episode: We talk with Archbishop Timothy Dolan about the earthquake in Haiti. This podcast is courtesy of Sirius 159/XM 117 (The Catholic Channel). You can get a full three hours of The Catholics Next Door, Monday through Friday from 10AM to 1PM EST, only from Sirius/XM. Sign up today!
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Jennifer in the Papal Chair
The main reason we went to New York last week was to record, “A Conversation With The Archbishop,” with Archbishop Timothy Dolan.
The show is actually recorded in the Archbishop’s office in his residence, so we were given a tour of the place.
While there, our boss Joseph Zwilling showed us the reception room where both Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI had been received when visiting New York. In the room was a chair reserved for the Holy Father.
Jennifer, curious as always, asked if anyone else ever sat there. Joe saw where she was going with this line of questioning and invited her to take a seat.
So here is Jennifer sitting in the Pope’s chair, reserved just for Popes and apparently my wife.
And here is a picture of us with Archbishop Timothy Dolan, who could not have been a nicer guy. New York is blessed to have him.