Always A Priest, Always Present

May 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May2000, Issue 103, p69
Presents a tribute to Cardinal John O'Connor, Archbishop of New York, New York. Acquaintance between the author and O'Connor; Involvement of O'Connor in community affairs; Impression of O'Connor on redemptive suffering; Principle of suffering as the essence of priesthood; Assertion on the devoted service of O'Connor to the community.


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