From the Washington Post:
VATICAN CITY — One of Pope Francis’ leading conservative critics, American Cardinal Raymond Burke, is getting a second life at the Vatican high court he headed until Francis removed him in 2014.
Francis appointed Burke as a member of the Apostolic Signatura on Saturday. Members serve as advisers to the court, which currently is headed by a longtime Vatican diplomat, Cardinal Dominique Mamberti.
From Vatican Insider:
Pope Francis has appointed Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke among the judging members of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura. This is significant, considering the role that Cardinal Burke took during the public debate of the last two years around the Synods on the family and the Apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia. Burke is one of the four Cardinals who signed the “dubia”, and is also the only member of the College of Cardinals who has repeatedly spoken in public about a “formal correction” to the Pope.
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