(Cardinal Raymond Burke/Brendan Young) The Legacy of Fr. John Hardon/Preaching in Today's Liturgy
His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke
Born in 1948 in Richland Center, Wisconsin, Raymond Leo Burke attended seminary in La Crosse, Wisconsin, Washington, D.C., and Rome, where he was ordained a priest by Pope Saint Paul VI in 1975. Ordained a bishop in 1995 by Pope Saint John Paul II, he served for almost nine years as Bishop of La Crosse, where he founded the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and over four years as Archbishop of St. Louis.
He was named a cardinal in 2010 by Pope Benedict XVI. Cardinal Burke has written and spoken widely on Roman Catholic canon law, the Holy Eucharist, devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe, and the sanctity of human life. He is a member of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura.
Brendan Young works at The Station of the Cross, assisting with production and social media. Originally from Buffalo, New York he has a particular interest in the fields of Mariology and liturgy. Fluent in several languages, he completed theological studies in Italy, and has contributed to various publications and websites including Catholic Family News, The Fatima Crusader and others.
Fr. McTeigue's Show Resources:
- PART I
- PART II
- Catherine Hadro: Why Women Don’t Need to Preach at Mass
- Hans Fiene: Why Christian Women Don’t Need To Be Pastors To Be Equal With Men
- Peter John Cameron: Why Preach: Encountering Christ in God's Word
- Homiletic Directory
- Fr. Robert McTeigue: I Have Someone to Tell You: A Jesuit Heralds the Gospel