Just 30 days left to take advantage of the early registration discount for the 10th annual Summer Conference.
I am Cardinal Raymond Burke speaking to my brother Priests. I wholeheartedly welcome you to take part in the Faithful Echo Priest Conference to be held in Denver this coming 28th to the 30th of October.
Timed with the start of the Bishops’ meetings in Baltimore, Tim Busch provides suggestions on the steps the bishops should take to clean up — or clean out — the church after years of sex abuse scandals: “More than 15 years ago, the bishops ordered the creation of “lay review boards” in every American diocese, charging them with the investigation of accusations of sexual abuse of minors by priests. If regular Catholics can help hold priests accountable, surely we can do the same for bishops.”
We are inundated with a LOT of bad news these days. This bad news is in politics – where the rancor often causes people to wars of words. Violence also plagues our streets as does the plight of homelessness and addiction. Attacks on human life continue – especially the most vulnerable
The virtue of humility is often misunderstood, considered as belittling one’s worth in recognition of God’s greatness and our sinfulness. Humility does involve denial of self and acknowledgement of our lowliness, but it also means realizing the depth of God’s love for us. Sincere humility
Cardinal Raymond Burke and
Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller to Welcome Brother Priests
Denver, CO (October 10th, 2019) - The Napa Institute and Catholic Action for Faith and Family, in partnership with Confraternity of Catholic Clergy and the Archdiocese of Denver, are set to host a conferenc