Hope for the World
Publication Date: July 20, 2016
Hope for the World, a book by Cardinal Raymond Burke, examines pressing issues of our times in an engaging and thoroughly researched discussion. Presenting his thoughts and insights on relevant topics such as the role of the Catholic Church in today’s world, spiritual renewal, marriage and family, respect for human life, and more, Cardinal Burke puts forth deep faith perspectives grounded in sound reasoning.
Using his personal upbringing in a devout Catholic family and early years as a priest to frame each perspective, Burke's honest and straightforward approach helps readers navigate the moral and spiritual dilemmas they face. By addressing each topic with clarity and directness without resorting to polemics, he provides valuable insight on how to uncover foundational truths often buried beneath today's confusion.
Hope for the World is an essential read for anyone who desires real answers to difficult questions. It provides a beacon of hope amidst current struggles and strengthens our resolve to live proudly as Catholics in modern times.
"Want to know the real Cardinal Burke? Here he is in full, a good priest and an accomplished churchman, in love with the Lord Jesus and passionate about the Lord's flock."-- George Weigel, Ethics and Public Policy Center
"This is classic Cardinal Burke: conceptual clarity, courageous and direct expression of the truth, and comprehensive treatment of everything he addresses."--Robert Royal, Author, A Deeper Vision
"Cardinal Burke reveals his own story, and along the way, he candidly answers challenging questions with clarity and precision. Throughout he is as inspiring as he is fearless."-- Raymond Arroyo, EWTN News Anchor, The World Over
"Cardinal Burke provides a therapeutic analysis of the crisis affecting the Church since Vatican II, and he radiates the perennial hope that is the wellspring of evangelization."--Fr. George Rutler,Author, He Spoke to Us
"The bedrock solidity of Cardinal Burke's faith shines radiantly in this interview." --Fr. Donald Haggerty,Author, Contemplative Hunger