Inspiring reflections and meditations to quiet the noise of our everyday lives and draw us closer to Jesus—from Cardinal Timothy Dolan, one of the most compelling Catholic leaders of our time
In the Gospels, Jesus asks what may be the most important question of our lives: “Who do you say I am?” In our bustling world, this can be a difficult question to answer; often we are distracted or believe we lack the time or presence of mind to fully explore how we feel. But just a few minutes devoted to God each day can go a long way toward keeping us centered and focused on what really matters.
In Who Do You Say I Am?, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, offers beautiful insights on the importance of Jesus and the Church in our day-to-day lives. With short daily reflections crafted to inspire anyone seeking to appreciate and deepen their faith, Cardinal Dolan explores the lessons of Jesus and offers fresh new understandings of the saints, prayer, the Bible, beauty, and the pursuit of God, especially in light of the often turbulent nature of faith itself.
Whether at the start of each day, before retiring to sleep each night, or anytime during the day, readers can build a deeper and more personal relationship with God through this step-by-step devotional.
About the Author
His Eminence Cardinal Timothy Dolan was named Archbishop of New York by Pope Benedict XVI in 2009. Previously, he served as the tenth Archbishop of Milwaukee after being named by Pope John Paul II in 2002. Cardinal Dolan is the author of numerous books including Called to Be Holy and Doers of the Word.