Cardinal Burke: ‘There is a very dangerous confusion and also with the confusion come divisions’

Very interesting interview from Infovaticana with videos:

We visit Cardinal Burke in his apartment, very close to the Vatican City. One of the first things the guest sees entering the house is a portrait of Pope Francis, who presides over the hall. 

Raymond Leo Burke was born in Wisconsin on June 30, 1948. In 2003 he was named archbishop of Saint Louis, Missouri, one of the oldest and most prestigious dioceses in the United States. Given his international prestige as a canonist, in 2008 Benedict XVI appointed him Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signature, in which he remained until Francis comissioned him with the Order of Malta. Very devout of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, consecrated its dioceses to him, and he even dedicated him an altar of the cathedral of Saint Louis.

We were able to interview him to talk about the dubia, the crisis in the Order of Malta, the first three months of Trump’s presidency, and some more issues. The interview is presided over by three images: A photo of him with Pope Emeritus, Benedict XVI, the relic of Saint Raimundo of Peñafort, his patron saint, and a Neapolitan carving of the resting of St. Joseph, which someone recently gave it to the cardinal

Read the interview here:

Source: Burke: ‘There is a very dangerous confusion and also with the confusion come divisions’ | Infovaticana

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