Cardinal Burke: It would be very devastating.
Cardinal Burke: Well, it does, and in the sense that as long as confusion spreads more and more about a fundamental truth of the Faith. Now in the case of the Arian crisis, it had to do with the two natures in the one person of Our Lord Jesus Christ. But here we’re dealing also with a very fundamental truth, two fundamental truths really: The truth about Holy Matrimony and the truth about the Holy Eucharist. And if this confusion doesn’t stop, we will have a situation where you will have within the Church large bodies of people who don’t believe the Catholic Faith, as, for instance, St. Ambrose encountered when he became Bishop in Milan. So you know, it’s a serious matter, and I don’t think that they’re being extreme by making that observation (a comparison to Arianism). I don’t think they’re being extreme at all.
Cardinal Burke: Well, it doesn’t look too much differently than the dubia. In other words, the truths that seem to be called into question by AL would simply be placed alongside what the Church has always taught and practiced and annunciated in the official teaching of the Church. And in this way these errors would be corrected.