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Card Burke withdraws from London conference at last minute

From the UK’s best Catholic weekly, The Catholic Herald:
Cardinal Burke withdraws from London conference at last minute
By David V Barrett on Wednesday, 1 June 2011
Mystery surrounds the unexpected withdrawal of Cardinal Raymond Burke as the main speaker at a conference … Continue reading

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Card. Burke’s sermon in Houston

With my emphases and comments, Cardinal Burke’s recent sermon…
PRO-LIFE PROGRAM, CATHOLIC CHARISMATIC CENTER
MASS FOR CLERGY
MONDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK OF EASTER
CATHOLIC CHARISMATIC CENTER
HOUSTON, TEXAS
MAY 9, 2011
Acts 6:8-15
Ps 119:23-24, 26-27, 29-30
Jn 6:22-29
HOMILY

Praised be Jesus Christ, now and for ever!
The … Continue reading

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Card. Burke’s opinion on female servers in the Extraordinary Form

About the sad situation at Fisher House in Cambridge, where the chaplain had for some time, I am told, determined to have a female altar server for celebration of Holy Mass in the Extraordinary Form, something that truly goes against … Continue reading

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9 May: Card. Burke sighting predicted for Houston – Pro-Life

I received a note from a reader in Houston:
On May 9th, Mother’s Day, Cardinal Raymond Burke will be the guest of Cardinal Daniel DiNardo and keynote speaker at “A Night for Life” Banquet, benefiting the Pro-Life efforts of the Catholic … Continue reading

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A WDTPRS favorite spotted

From the Vatican Multimedia feed of the Good Friday service in St. Peter’s Basilica.
Just a glimpse of one of WDTPRS’s favorite churchmen, in our daily prayers.

Cardinal Burke was one of the Deacons at the Throne for the service.

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Card. Burke on women covering their heads in church

The great Canonical Defender, Dr. Ed Peters has an interesting note on the use… here we go again… about women wearing head coverings in church.
He has something from Cardinal Burke in the topic.
But first, in a nutshell here is the … Continue reading

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Card. Burke pontificating

I was pleased to see on John Sonnen’s page that Card. Burke celebrated pontifically in the Extraordinary Form at the Station Church San Nicola in Carcere.
I have a special connection with that church which I explain in today’s LENTCAzT.
Sample photos.

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Attention Priests, Canonists! 2011 Canon Law Conference at Shrine of O.L. Guadalupe

Last year I attended a Canon Law Conference at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe near LaCrosse, WI hosted by now-Card. Burke.  It was great!
Card. Burke is again hosting a conference this year!  9-10 August.
I received this from the … Continue reading

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Pontifical Mass in Sydney welcomed by Archdiocese

His Eminence Raymond Card. Burke was recently permitted by the Archdiocese of Sydney to celebrate a Pontifical Mass in the Extraordinary Form in Sydney, Australia at St. Brigid’s in Marrickville.
As a sign of support, in choir was one of the … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke… cappa magna… ‘nuf said.

It may not be possible to have a Pontifical Mass in the Extraordinary Form in Washington D.C., but it is possible, apparently, in Sydney, Australia.
Cardinal Burke… cappa magna… ‘nuf said.

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