Cardinal Dolan celebrates Mass of Thanksgiving at Holy Hill
HUBERTUS — Cardinal Timothy Dolan celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving at Holy Hill on Saturday, April 28th. It was Dolan’s first visit to Wisconsin since being elevated to Cardinal earlier this year.
If you did not have the opportunity to be at Holy Hill or view the Mass live on FOX 6.2 or FOX6Now.com, you can view segments from the Mass by selecting one of the videos within this story.
Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki had the honor of introducing Cardinal Dolan to those who gathered for the Mass of Thanksgiving. Watch his statement just below.
In his homily, Cardinal Dolan recognized all of the clergy who helped organize his Mass of Thanksgiving. He also recognized Gov. Scott Walker, Rep. Paul Ryan, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, and even made a reference to NFL quarterback Tim Tebow. Watch the homily in the video just below.
In closing, Cardinal Dolan thanked the thousands of people who welcomed him to Holy Hill. He expressed his gratitude for the outpouring of support and love. He also invited everyone to visit him at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City. Watch the final comments of Cardinal Dolan by playing the video just below.
Cardinal Dolan spent seven years as Milwaukee’s Archbishop. He left in 2009 to become the Archbishop of New York. Dolan is remembered as a larger-than-life personality who was approachable.
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