Cardinal Timothy Dolan on The Colbert Report

Cardinal Dolan was on The Colbert Report last night discussing his e-book, Praying in Rome: Reflections on the Conclave and Electing Pope Francis.

During his conversation with Colbert, Cardinal Dolan joked that only his mother and Colbert had read Praying in Rome. In truth, his bestselling e-book has garnered enormous praise for its honesty, insight and humor. Although the interview with Colbert is lighthearted in nature, Cardinal Dolan did have a chance to provide some historical context for how the conclave process works, as well as share the myriad of emotions he felt during the process of electing Pope Francis.

The book is a best seller and its on my review list. Here is the interview in its entirety.

 

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