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Old Feb 22, '12, 11:52 pm
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Default Cardinal Dolan Happy with New Role But Would Rather Be a Saint

see http://www.ewtnnews.com/catholic-new...an.php?id=4911
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Default Re: Cardinal Dolan Happy with New Role But Would Rather Be a Saint

Pretty bold claim lol Almost sounds prideful for anyone who might not know the man. If he wants to be a Saint he should just spend the rest of his life serving Christ as he's doing then he will be. If he's seeking to be a living saint then that's gonna be tough lol
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Old Feb 23, '12, 4:16 am
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Pretty bold claim lol Almost sounds prideful for anyone who might not know the man. If he wants to be a Saint he should just spend the rest of his life serving Christ as he's doing then he will be. If he's seeking to be a living saint then that's gonna be tough lol
Did you read the article? There's nothing prideful in it. Actually the exact opposite.
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Pretty bold claim lol Almost sounds prideful for anyone who might not know the man. If he wants to be a Saint he should just spend the rest of his life serving Christ as he's doing then he will be. If he's seeking to be a living saint then that's gonna be tough lol
We should all be seeking to be living saints. Its what we are called for.
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We should all be seeking to be living saints. Its what we are called for.
That's true.

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