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Cardinal Sarah, in interviews, says Church ‘experiencing a Good Friday’

March 10, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: Cardinal Robert Sarah, said that the Church is “currently experiencing a Good Friday” because of internal divisions and a loss of active faith, in an interview with the Italian paper Il Foglio. The cardinal who recently stepped down from his post as prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship, decried the notion that he opposed Pope Francis, and the use of “conservative” and “liberal” labels in the Church. He lamented that “too often we act as if everything is a question of politics, power, influence and the unjustified imposition of a hermeneutic of Vatican II that totally breaks and is irreversibly at odds with Tradition.”

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