Pope Francis arrives to leads a consistory for the creation of fourteen new cardinals on June 28, 2018 at St Peter's Basilica in Vatican. (Photo by Andreas SOLARO / AFP) (Photo credit should read ANDREAS SOLARO/AFP/Getty Images)

Cardinal Burke: ‘It Will Be Hard to Vote’ for Next Pope

Cardinal Raymond Burke told The Australian Sunday that the Catholic cardinals will have a hard time voting in the next papal conclave because they have had little contact and do not know each other very well.

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Catholics Call for Investigation, Resignation of Pope Francis

A growing number of American Catholics are calling for an investigation into the allegations that Pope Francis ignored Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s record of sexually abusing priests, seminarians, and laypeople, including minors. Some Catholics are even calling for the pope to resign.

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Cardinal Burke: Pope Francis ‘Feeds Confusion in the Church’

Cardinal Raymond Burke has once again voiced deep concern over the direction the Catholic Church is taking under Pope Francis, saying that the pope “not only refuses to clarify things” by clearly proclaiming Catholic doctrine but also “feeds confusion” in the Church.

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Cardinal Burke: ‘I Never Had a Meeting’ with Steve Bannon

Cardinal Raymond Burke has denied conspiracy theories alleging any sort of alliance between him and President Trump’s chief strategist, Stephen K. Bannon. In an interview published Monday with Gabriel Ariza of Infovaticana, Burke denied allegations brought by New York Times

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Top Cardinal: Islam Wants To Dominate The World

A senior cardinal has said there is “no question that Islam wants to govern the world” and the only way to save Western civilisation is to return it to its Christian roots. Cardinal Raymond Burke said that while Muslims were

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Cardinal Burke Cries Foul: ‘I’m Not Against the Pope’

In a lengthy interview granted to the Italian Catholic online journal La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana, Cardinal Raymond Burke rejects attempts to paint him as opposed to Pope Francis, insisting rather that he is a faithful servant of the Church who has only sought to uphold the truth.