Burke Blasts Biden

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by Paul Murano  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  January 29, 2021   

Cardinal gives warning

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In his homily last Sunday at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Wisconsin, Cdl. Raymond Burke targeted three main points of the anti-God, anti-human worldview Democrats are imposing on Americans.

Burke's first salvo was directed at the great American holocaust: "The federal government wants to codify as law the totally unjust decision of the Supreme Court which made legal abortion on demand."

The cardinal's second shot was at the irrational, anti-science gender ideology created by the Left — sowing confusion among children and parents. He noted the threat "to impose upon schools the teaching of the iniquitous gender theory."

Biden's third nefarious agenda item in Burke's crosshairs related not only to the First Amendment, but also to the Ten Commandments — our obligation to God.

"At the same time, it threatens to deny the freedom of religion, the freedom of citizens to follow God's plan for the world and for man inscribed in nature itself and written upon every human heart," Burke said.

The good cardinal referenced the real enemy and his use of government to destroy the Faith. "We are naturally tempted to discouragement and even to the abandonment of the battle against the Evil One and his program of lies and murder," he noted.

Thus, Burke gave the faithful the remedy and the key to victory: "But Christ is with us to win the battle if we only engage it. We must always be of good courage — of good heart in the Sacred Heart of Jesus."

As Church Militant recently reported, another Catholic giant, Germany's Cdl. Gerhard Müller, reminded the faithful to not trust in earthly powers and that the food for the battle given by God is the Eucharist, the medicine of immortality.

Burke's over-arching theme was how the Devil lures man into sin. Both he and Müller see clearly both the challenge and the solution, Who is Christ.

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