Pope Francis’ worst enemy in the Church needs your prayers after getting horrible news

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Pope Francis continues to push the Catholic Church radically to the Left.

But there are major figures in the Church standing in his way.

And Pope Francis’ worst enemy in the Church needs your prayers after getting horrible news.

While there are many figures in the Church, ranging from Priests, to Bishops, to Cardinals, standing up against Pope Francis’ agenda, none have been as vocal as Cardinal Raymond Burke.

He has called out Pope Francis every time he has pushed a left-wing scheme on the Church.

But none of his statements have caused a bigger stir than the ones he has made in response to coronavirus.

Last year, he called out the Left for exploiting the virus to “advance their evil agenda.”

“Then there is the mysterious Wuhan virus about whose nature and prevention the mass media daily give us conflicting information,” Cardinal Burke began. “What is clear, however, is that it has been used by certain forces, inimical to families and to the freedom of nations, to advance their evil agenda. These forces tell us that we are now the subjects of the so-called ‘Great Reset,’ the ‘new normal,’ which is dictated to us by their manipulation of citizens and nations through ignorance and fear.”

This statement infuriated the Left.

And now that Burke has announced that he himself has coronavirus, they are celebrating the news.

Cardinal Burke announced his diagnosis, writing:

“Praised be Jesus Christ! I wish to inform you that I have recently tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Thanks be to God, I am resting comfortably and receiving excellent medical care. Please pray for me as I begin my recovery. Let us trust in Divine Providence. God bless you.”

And sadly, things have only gotten worse for Burke, with his staff announcing that he has been placed on a ventilator:

“Cardinal Burke has been admitted to the hospital with COVID-19 and is being assisted by a ventilator. Doctors are encouraged by his progress. H.E. faithfully prayed the Rosary for those suffering from the virus. On this Vigil of the Assumption, let us now pray the Rosary for him.”

At 73-years-old, Burke is not in a good spot.

And if he does pass away due to the virus, while he will surely find himself in a better place in the kingdom of Heaven, it will be a big win for left-wing activists in the Church.

So Cardinal Burke is counting on your prayers!