Last week, I invited you to submit questions to Cardinal Burke that you might have regarding important issues in your life and the role of the Catholic Church in the modern world. If you have not yet submitted your questions or have new ones, here is your final chance to do so before the Conversations with Cardinal Burke program airs.
With a “pandemic of ambiguity” in the world today and even in the Church, the ‘straight answers to straight questions’ voice of Cardinal Burke provides the clarity and guidance the faithful need.
Many witness this sad state of affairs and, in desperation, search for answers to better understand the crisis before them.
I want to assure you that we should not fear our current circumstances. Rather, we should be very grateful that we can follow His Eminence, Cardinal Burke, who does not back down in addressing the confusion in the Church.
Cardinal Burke is not only a canon lawyer but an authoritative member of the Church’s hierarchy, filled with the gifts of the Holy Spirit – especially, wisdom and knowledge. With a sound and sharp legal mind, His Eminence can answer questions definitively on Church related topics, the Sacraments, as well as pastoral and spiritual topics.
Please be sure to submit your question and to support our efforts to produce Conversations with Cardinal Burke. His Eminence addresses questions presented to him from both priests and the laity, with a perspective of deep faith and sound reasoning, that gives each one of us a better understanding of the essential moral and spiritual challenges of today.
As the world continues its descent into moral anarchy and our Church continues to face a crisis in teaching of the Church’s doctrine and discipline, Cardinal Burke will not be silent. Nor will Catholic Action!
Your fellow Rosary Warrior and Faith Defender in Christ,
Thomas J. McKenna
Founder and President
Catholic Action For Faith And Family
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