Isn't it supposed to be 'Raymond Cardinal Burke'. Not an expert on ecclesiastical syntax, though; could be wrong. But he's definitely right.
In America, anyway, the bishops themselves seem to have chosen “Cardinal Raymond Burke.”
I think it remains “Raymond Cardinal Burke” in the rest of the world.”
” Isn’t it supposed to be ‘Raymond Cardinal Burke’. Not an expert on ecclesiastical syntax, though; could be wrong. ...”
I understand that where ‘Cardinal’ is placed in the name, either first, or in the middle, depends on how the name is being used in the context.
So that they are both correct, just depending on the particular context.
(That is all I remember of that, but it would be like if he was being addressed directly, for example. Or if his particular job was being referenced.)