Wednesday, June 26, 2002

Finally, a book I worked on is mentioned in the New York Times!

Pope Chooses a Successor to Prelate in Milwaukee


"He's really a Catholic," said Al Szews, president of the Milwaukee chapter of the conservative group Catholics United. "There are some prelates in this country who don't act very Catholic, because they're more interested in trying to change the church to what they think it ought to be rather than what Christ intended it to be. I think he loves the church and wants to promote the Catholic Church rather than change it in his own image and likeness."

Bishop Dolan has a doctorate in church history from the Catholic University of America, in Washington, and has published "Priests for the Third Millennium" (Our Sunday Visitor Press, 2000), a collection of his lectures to his students at the North American College.