Revolutionary of the Heart
- Who are you calling a saint? SCHERER-EMUNDS, MEINRAD // U.S. Catholic;Apr2010, Vol. 75 Issue 4, p51
The article provides information on the canonization of Catholic Worker movement founder Dorothy Day as a saint in the Catholic Church. It says that historian David O'Brien would call Day the most influential, interesting and significant figure in the history of U.S. Catholicism. He adds that...
- Sainthood cause considered. Malcolm, Teresa // National Catholic Reporter;11/21/97, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p6
Reports that New York Cardinal John J. O'Connor will gather people acquainted with the life of Dorothy Day to consider initiating her cause for canonization.
- Religion. // Advocate;06/06/2000, Issue 813, p18
Announces the death of cardinal John O'Connor, the head of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of New York on May 3, 2000. Support of O'Connor against homosexuality; Role in the eviction of Dignity, a gay Catholic group from a local parish; Identification of O'Connor by AIDS activists as the symbol...
- A chronology of declarations, trips, some slips of the... Jones, Arthur // National Catholic Reporter;05/29/98, Vol. 34 Issue 30, p9
Features Cardinal John J. O'Connor, archbishop of New York. Personal information; Achievements; Highlights of his work in New York.
- Newspaper Report: Gay Pol Compared Cleric to Hitler. // Advocate;4/10/90, Issue 548, p19
Reports that Republican legislators in New York State called on Ernest Reaugh, the gay liaison to state senate Democratic leader Manfred Ohrenstein, to publicly apologize or face suspension after he was quoted in the press as comparing Roman Catholic cardinal John O'Connor to Adolt Hitler. ...
- A Jewish-Catholic Friendship. Rubin, A. James // America;8/29/2005, Vol. 193 Issue 5, p14
Highlights the achievements of former U.S. Catholic Cardinal John J. O'Connor in improving the relationship between Catholics and Jews. Background of O'Connor that prepared and allowed him to become a leader in establishing and improving Catholic and Jewish relations; Importance of the adoption...
- Thou shalt not kill (optional). // New York;4/8/96, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p13
Considers the comment made by John Cardinal O'Connor pertaining to the religious aspects of the death penalty in 1996. The cardinal asserting that a Catholic could be either for or against state sponsored executions; The author's assertion that religion is not meant to be morally ambiguous.
- CHURCH, STATE, AND THE TIMES. Novak, Michael // National Review;2/8/1985, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p46
Disagrees with "New York Times" editorials and columns by Sydney H. Schanberg attacking New York Catholic Archbishop John J. O'Connor. Decision of O'Connor to decline New York City funding for charities rather than accept city laws that bar discrimination based on sexual preferences; Assertion...
- Signs of the Times. // America;05/20/2000, Vol. 182 Issue 18, p4
Presents several news briefs related to the Catholic Church as of May 20, 2000. Burial of Cardinal John J. O'Connor; Commemoration of the 20th-century Christian martyrs; Information on the church-sponsored civil disobedience on Vieques Island, Puerto Rico.