The dubia were signed by Cardinal Walter Brandmüller, Cardinal Raymond Burke, Cardinal Zen Ze-Kiun, Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez and Cardinal Robert Sarah
Head of Europe’s Largest Archdiocese Criticized for Remarks on ‘Experience of Love’ and Homosexual Attraction
Archbishop Mario Delpini of Milan has alarmed some observers with the approach he set forth in a new pastoral document, released shortly before the start of the global Synod on Synodality.
The new prefect of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith also makes some bold assertions in a lengthy interview with the Jesuit publication ‘La Civilta Cattolica.’
The Vatican’s new doctrinal chief says he was referring to the Pope’s unique charism to ‘confirm the brethren in the faith.’
Exclusive: Archbishop Fernandez Warns Against Bishops Who Think They Can Judge ‘Doctrine of the Holy Father’
The Vatican’s new doctrinal chief also discusses his openness to same-sex Church blessings, shares his thoughts on the German Synodal Way, and explains his approach to safeguarding doctrine.
100 Weeks: French Lay Catholics Persevere in Praying for an End to Restrictions on Traditional Latin Mass
Initiative organizer says they will ‘continue for years to come, if necessary.’
Greek Byzantine Catholic Bishop Manuel Nin stresses that Synod means, above all, journeying with Christ and warns against “Christian parliamentarianism.”
Utilizing a question and answer format, the book’s authors argue the synodal process is rehabilitating old heresies and imposing a harmful radical progressive agenda on the Church.
‘The Liturgy Is a Gift’: Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth Steps Down After Navigating ‘Choppy Waters’ of New English Liturgical Translations
The British priest discusses his eventful 14-year tenure as the executive director of the International Commission on English in the Liturgy.