Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, and U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke are seen in this composite photo. Cardinal Burke has resigned from the Dignitatis Humanae Institute, saying it has become "more and more identified with the political program" of Bannon. (CNS photo/Joshua Roberts, Reuters, and Paul Haring)
Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, and U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke are seen in this composite photo. Cardinal Burke has resigned from the Dignitatis Humanae Institute, saying it has become "more and more identified with the political program" of Bannon. (CNS photo/Joshua Roberts, Reuters, and Paul Haring)

Regarding “Cardinal cuts ties over Bannon,” July 5, Page 16:

Many thanks for this story on the courageous stance of Cardinal Raymond Burke.

Far too many of your readers do not comprehend the growing number of groups constantly trying to use the church as ammunition to manipulate Catholic voters.

Instead of this brief edited version, let’s hope the Sentinel can publish a more comprehensive article discussing dangerous organizations like the one mentioned.

Dennis James

Beaverton