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“Cardinal Burke focused much of his speech on the work of the late Jesuit Father John Hardon, who wrote and taught on catechesis and evangelization. Father Hardon died in 2000. “He knew that the only way to transform the society, that is, to turn the society around to Christ and His Mystical Body, holy Church, is for individual Catholics to live their faith with complete integrity, also in the face of loneliness, ridicule, persecution, and even death,” Cardinal Burke summarized.”

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To Transform Society, Be Ready to Die, Cardinal Advises


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Published on Feb 25, 2015

Cardinal Raymond L. Burke reflects on his new responsibilities as cardinal patron of the Knights of Malta.

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Published on Feb 22, 2013

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Burke’s “Exile” to Malta**: What if Everyone is Wrong? UPDATED.

This is smart commentary in the most humblest sense.  I hope this is a good estimation as to how the church should be run.

One of my favorite stories/books is “The Scarlet Pimpernel”.  This book would be in the best sense of heroism today for

those married or single when it comes to service today.  Especially under dire circumstances and humbly works.

Love in Christ brothers and sisters.

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