N.Y. Archbishop Dolan Vows to Stay at Catholic Relief Services, Clean Up AIDS Prevention
By PAUL A. BARRA
NEW YORK — Milwaukee Archbishop Timothy Dolan becomes archbishop of New York April 15. But he is vowing not to leave behind his job as chairman of Catholic Relief Services for his new job.
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic Church in the United States. A scandal over condoms promotion led to an important teaching moment about the Church’s stand on AIDS and condom use, he said. The agency has fully addressed the scandal.
“The genius of Catholic Relief Services is that we work with local...READ MORE