The Cardinal Müller Report: An Exclusive Interview on the State of the Church

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SineNomine | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jul 1 2017 6:04 AM

I would like to suggest The Cardinal Müller Report: An Exclusive Interview on the State of the Church.

Here are some others' recommendations:

"Cardinal Müller, a strong Church leader in a time of confusion, offers thoughtful insights on the challenging issues of the day—from the culture to the family. Throughout he points us to a future filled with hope, rooted in truth." 
— Raymond Arroyo, New York Times Best-Selling Author, EWTN News Anchor, The World Over

"This bookoffers a credible, thoughtful, and compelling call to hope in the family, in society, in the Church, and—ultimately—in Jesus Christ.  Christian hope, as Cardinal Müller explains, helps every Catholic to live the universal call to holiness, and to become faithful missionary disciples of the Lord."
Most Revered James Conley, Bishop of Lincoln, Nebraska

"In this wide- ranging interview, Cardinal Müller, in clear and inspiring language, offers thoughtful insights into the possibility and reality of an authentic, faith-based hope that comes from Christ and permeates the Church, the family, and even society."
Most Reverend Robert Vasa, Bishop of Santa Rosa, California

"Trust in God is the vital substance of things hoped for.  Cardinal Müller explains why faith is not credulity and hope is more than optimism."
Fr. George Rutler, Author, He Spoke to Us

"It's a bold move to give a book a title that invites comparison with the great Ratzinger Report. But Cardinal Müller holds his own in these very rich reflections on the dimensions of hope in our time."
Robert Royal, President, Faith & Reason Institute, Washington, D.C.

"Cardinal Müller reminds us that hope in God's providence is our strength and shield in the struggle to live out our Catholic faith in a troubled world. Problems find solutions when we turn to God and seek to conform our lives to the loving demands of the gospel."
Fr. Gerald Murray, Pastor, Holy Family Church, New York, and a member of EWTN's "Papal Posse"

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