Posts Tagged ‘Cardinal Gerhard Mueller’

Hat to hat: Cardinal Kasper attacks Müller’s manifesto Comments 0

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

Cardinal Walter Kasper has attacked Cardinal Gerhard Müller’s Manifesto of Faith. Kasper says the manifesto, which Müller published on Sunday, contains half-truths and blanket statements that could lead to division and confusion in the Church. Although the manifesto “contains many statements of faith that every upright Catholic can wholeheartedly affirm,” some of the truths in it Read more

Sacked cardinal’s Manifesto of Faith Comments 0

Monday, February 11th, 2019

A former cardinal sacked from a senior Vatican post by Pope Francis has written his own Manifesto of Faith. The Manifesto is the work of 71-year old German Gerhard Mueller who is a leading member of the Church’s conservative wing. It repeats basic Catholic teaching that Catholics must be free from sin before receiving Communion. Read more

Latin Mass fans celebrate their version of liturgy Comments 0

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Fans of the Latin Mass are in Rome on their annual pilgrimage at present. At the conference last Thursday marking the 10th anniversary of Benedict’s decree liberalizing use of the Latin Mass, the meeting organizer, the Rev. Vincenzo Nuara, didn’t even mention Pope Francis in his opening remarks. Among those at the conference was Cardinal Read more