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Cardinal Raymond Burke’s 10 Ways to Overcome Crisis of Confusion, Division in the Church

Cardinal Raymond Burke’s 10 Ways to Overcome Crisis of Confusion, Division in the Church

Cardinal Burke addressing the Rome Life Forum in May this year. Cardinal Burke addressing the Rome Life Forum in May this year. (Edward Pentin photo) BLOGS  |  AUG. 8, 2017 Cardinal Burke’s 10 Ways to Overcome Crisis of Confusion, Division in the Church The U.S. cardinal says disorientation and error have entered into the Church “in a diabolical way,” but encourages Catholics to remain steadfast in the faith as well as courageous and serene, knowing Christ’s victory is “already written.” By Edward Pentin

In a wide-ranging and timely address, Cardinal Raymond Burke has sought to explain the essence of the deep spiritual crisis facing the Church and the world and offered pastoral suggestions and encouragement to the faithful on how to deal with it.

Speaking to a ‘Church Teaches Forum” meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, July 22, the cardinal patron of the Order of Malta observed that given the “troubled times in the world and also in the Church,” the “solid teaching” of the Church has “never been needed more.” read more