ROME, April 10, 2015 ( — In the last month, Gerhard Ludwig Cardinal Müller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, has given several interviews in which he made many important statements about the current situation in the Church, the pressures from the modern world to change Catholic doctrine, and the persecution of Christians in the Middle East.

On March 24, the German regional newspaper Rheinische Post published an interview with Gerhard Ludwig Cardinal Müller, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. In it, Cardinal Müller made some important statements about several issues to be found in the so-called “Liberal Agenda,” including celibacy, the loosening of the moral teaching of the Church and the admittance of remarried Catholics to the Sacraments, especially the Holy Eucharist.

When asked whether Pope Francis will introduce such proposed liberalizing changes into the Church within the next years, Cardinal Müller replied: “Francis wants that people in difficult situations are not left alone, but, rather, are accompanied and integrated into their parishes, without any distancing from the teaching of the Church. A simple ‘Yes’ to the above-mentioned themes of the [liberal] agenda cannot be%

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