Cardinal Rodríguez Maradiaga loses it

In his new interview book Cardinal Rodríguez Maradiaga loses his temper when lashing out on Cardinal Raymond Burke because he stated that the controversial document Amoris Laetitia is not part of the Magisterium.

Rodríguez insults his confrere as a "disappointed man because he wanted power and lost it." He insinuates that "[Cardinal Burke] thought he was the highest authority in the United States."

Then he adds: "As Saint Therese of Lisieux said, 'I prefer to be small because if I happen to stumble, to fall, then the hit will not be so big; but those who are higher up make noise and hurt themselves badly when they fall'. [Cardinal Burke] is not the magisterium: the Holy Father is the magisterium, and he teaches the whole Church. The other only pronounces his thought and does not merit further comments. These are only the words of a poor man."

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GJA Taylor
This is the "prelate" who preferring to be "small" took a bike ride around "his" ( can't make it up) Cathedral, cause he is like Little Therese - what vomit making garbage these friends of papa Francis spout.
Another one outs himself.
Someone needs to remind Cardinal Maradiaga, that if Cardinal Burke was looking for power and prestige, as he put it, would not have criticized Pope Francis form the start, which is why He was demoted in the first place. Bravo Cardinal Burke.........
Cardinal Raymond Burke ,he is right on, regarding Amoris Laetitia , and catholics appreciate him very much for his courage in speaking out ,
Peter Joshua Aceves shares this
Madariaga sí que es un pobre hombre, un pervertido más que pobre.
Hugh N. Cry
He has that look.
Uncle Joe
"The work of the devil will infiltrate even into the Church in such a way that one will see cardinals opposing cardinals, bishops against other bishops..." Our Lady of Akita
In the words of Johnny Depp's Willy Wonka, I would say to Cdl. Maradiaga: "You're really weird!"
Cardinal Burke directs his comments to the issues; Cardinal Maradiaga would serve himself and all of us better if he also focused on the issues. If Cardinal Burke is wrong, refute him on the issues, not with disparaging his character. But like many liberals, Cardinal Maradiaga can not make his case using the facts, so he must resort to attacking the character of the one with whom he disagrees.