In 2012, Time magazine placed a cardinal of the Catholic Church on its list of “100 Most Influential People in the World.”
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, as president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, had emerged as the voice of conscience rights against health-care legislation that would force Catholic organizations to pay for employees’ contraception.
Currently serving as archbishop of New York, he will vote in the upcoming conclave to elect our next pope. His name is even being mentioned as papabile, meaning he is a likely candidate for pope.
For a personal insight into the man, his brother, Bob Dolan, a media professional for more than 30 years, offers a new book, Life...READ MORE