Cardinal Müller: Amoris Laetitia hasn’t changed Church discipline

Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith "doesn't like" that cardinals' Dubia was made public

The Vatican’s doctrinal head has challenged several cardinals' public questioning of the doctrinal validity of Amoris laetitia, saying the document is “very clear” on doctrine, and that making the discussion public is harmful to the Church. “Everyone, above all the cardinals of the Roman Church, have a right to write a letter to the Pope. However, I was amazed because this was … [Read more...]

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I am not a wolf against the Pope

Synod letter leak was intended 'to sow strife', says Cardinal Müller

  The following comes from an October 13 Catholic News Agency article: Cardinal Gerhard Müller spoke with an Italian daily on Tuesday about the synod and about a letter allegedly sent to Pope Francis from a number of cardinals about its process, calling the leak of a private document scandalous. “I'm not saying whether I signed or not. The scandal is that it makes … [Read more...]

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The great reformer

Bishop Olmstead calms the waters

The following comes from a Feb. 1 email sent by Bishop Thomas Olmsted of Phoenix to one of the recent participants in the Jan. 22-24 conference called by Cardinal Baldisseri in Rome. I don’t know if my reflections will be of help or not, but let me offer just a few thoughts with the hope that they will. First, I recommend a biography of Pope Francis that recently was … [Read more...]

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