Describes the late Chicago cardinal at work during the 1980s and offers insights into his views on women's roles, papal authority, and the separation of church and state
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The Spirit Of Cardinal Bernardin is a portrait of the late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin. It is an inspiring encounter with the heart and mind of Chicago's beloved pastoral leader. Included are testimonies and tributes of many of Cardinal Bernardin's closest friends and colleagues, priests, bishops and sisters, dignitaries, and public figures. One message comes through clearly: To know Cardinal Bernardin was to be gifted. No one captured the heart and respect of the city of Chicago like Cardinal Bernardin. A. E. P. Wall goes behind the scenes to give readers a portraits of the Cardinal at work, sharing responsibility, making decisions, healing rifts. The Spirit Of Cardinal Bernardin provides insights into the Cardinal's thinking on such concerns as women's roles, papal authority, church-state and many other topical and enduring issues. The Spirit Of Cardinal Bernardin demonstrates the Cardinal's unwavering conviction that action must rise out of prayer and reflection. The Spirit Of Cardinal Bernardin is an enduring testimonial to the power and influence that a gentle life can exert when fortified by faith, prayer, intelligence, and integrity. -- Midwest Book Review
The author gives us authentic insights into the character and spirit of this pastor of souls who had such an earnest commitment to the common good and the common ground. -- Liguori July, 1997
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Book Description Thomas More Association, 1996. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110883473798