Dear Friends, I enjoyed visiting your center and celebrating Mass for you. I want to commend you for all your efforts to help priests who have had difficulties in their lives and are in need of the assistance you give them. May God bess your work for our priests.
Edmund Cardinal Szoka, President Emeritus of Vatican City and of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State
Please know that your generosity is deeply appreciated. Your encouragement and support, and your kind words are a source of great strength and consolation.
Joseph Cardinal Levada, Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Vatican City State
What a refreshing, encouraging message you are delivering, especially on behalf of so many priests in great pain. Your work is surely of God and though you will experience much of the pain you will be absorbing, your identification with Christ's priestly suffering will sustain you and make you an instrument of His Grace. Please know of my prayers to that end on behalf of all of you who are laboring for the good of the priesthood.
Edwin Cardinal O'Brien, Grand Master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, Vatican City State.
I express my appreciation for your care and concern for the welfare of priests. I also share these same sentiments and offer my personal gratitude for your testimony to the goodness of the vast majority of our faithful priests. I commend you with all my heart for your solicitude for those priests who may be especially hurting at this moment due to their past mistakes and behavior.
Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York
Your great love for the Church and for the priesthood is a source of strength for all of us. I pray that the Holy Spirit will bless you and guide you in all that you are doing.
Francis Cardinal George, OMI, Archbishop Emeritus of Chicago
You have a zealous love for the Church and her priests and I appreciate and affirm your desire to be a support to our clergy. With thanks for what you are doing and with prayerful best wishes for you.
Adam Cardinal Maida, Archbishop Emeritus of Detroit