New York City, N.Y., Nov 2, 2012 / 03:01 am
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy's destructive passage across the East Coast, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York expressed his "solidarity in love and prayer with so many who are suffering."
"What do you say? Our hearts are broken when you see the loss of life, the grieving families, the devastation, the ruination," Cardinal Dolan told Fox News co-anchor Martha MacCallum Oct. 31.
"But throughout all of it, too, you begin to see a glimmer of light and hope: people coming together."
He said that people can become "selfish" and "violent" or they can "pitch in, in solidarity and community, to help one another, to help rescue one another."