On November 11th, 2011, the New York State Court of Appeals heard the Our Lady of Vilnius case, Blaudziunas v. Egan. On March 16, the eve of the wearin' o' the green when Irish guys are smilin', Cardinal Dolan unveiled plans for a massive and costly renovation of St. Patrick's Cathedral (See David Dunlap's NY Times article, St. Patrick’s to Undergo a Three-Year, $177 Million Renovation)
If you go to the Court of Appeals' online video archive, http://www.courts.state.ny.us/CTAPPS/arguments/2011/Nov11/111511-No231.asx , advance the video to minute 22:35 you can hear Judge Pigott say the following (my elucidation in brackets):
Is this statement based on hypothesis, conjecture or knowledge? Might this really happen? This kaciukas does not want to die of curiosity waiting to follow the money.