From the Depths of Our Hearts

[Desde lo más hondo de nuestros corazones ]
Ignatius Press
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Type: Thought
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Contains doctrinal errors of some importance.
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Incompatible with Catholic doctrine.
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Cardinal Robert Sarah, along with Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI), talk from the depths of their hearts about the future of priests, the meaning of catholic priesthood and the meaning of celibacy. At the Pope Emeritus’ 92 years, he signs a text with great intellectual, cultural, and theological density in which he goes back to the sources of the problem: the Scripture as the Word of God. His emphatic analysis is complemented by the Cardinal’s text, whose writing radiates his own strength, clarity, and wisdom.

Author: Redacción Delibris, Italy
Update on: Nov 2020