Two years into his run as the Archbishop of the New York Archdiocese, and just in time for St. Patrick's Day, Timothy Dolan is getting the 60 Minutes treatment this weekend. And, as is the way with CBS's veteran newscast, details from Dolan's chat with Morely Safer are being dripped out piecemeal. Most notable so far? Dolan thinks it is more likely the Mets will win the pennant than he'll become the first American Pope and he thinks the Catholic churches sex abuse scandal "needs to haunt" the institution for some time.

When Safer asked about the possibility of the Archbishop taking the top spot in the church Dolan joked "You've been talking to my mom," before elaborating that "the people that say that, Morley, also think the Mets are going to win the World Series. So...I wouldn't put too much credibility in that one." .

Asked if he was worried that the church's sex abuse scandal would never end he answered, surprisingly candidly, "In some ways, I don't want it to be over, because...this was such a crisis in the Catholic Church that in a way, we don't want to get over it too easily. This needs to haunt us."

Discussing his time dealing with child sex abuse while he was based in Milwaukee—Dolan published the names of 43 abusive priests and questions stil linger about his tenure—he said "Those were some of the more difficult, wrenching, touching moments in my life. Some of [his interactions with victim's families] were terribly painful and did not go well. Others I remember with gratitude. Praying together, crying together. Those were very powerful moments that you don't forget."