“Yesterday’s event,” he went on, “is a sobering reflection upon the destructiveness of man’s rebellion against the beauty, truth, and goodness with which God has created us and our world and has …More
“Yesterday’s event,” he went on, “is a sobering reflection upon the destructiveness of man’s rebellion against the beauty, truth, and goodness with which God has created us and our world and has redeemed us and our world by the Redemptive Incarnation of His only-begotten Son, the very event celebrated in the building of the Cathedral of Notre Dame.”
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Cardinal Burke: Notre Dame fire prompts ‘sobering reflection’ on ‘grievous sins’ of our day

Burke suggested that the destroying fire is symbolic of the 'attacks upon the infinite beauty of the faith by the grievous sins and crimes of our …
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Excellent observation that is being made by many people . The true tragedy is not the loss of a beautiful building but the loss of souls
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Words of a true Catholic father.
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