COMMENTARY: Are certain Church leaders engaged in strategic ambiguity, including word games of revealing and concealing, altering, and maintaining with a view to changing Church teachings?
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The archbishop called it a ‘feasible’ approach to the issue in Italian society, despite the Catholic Church’s clear teachings against it.
In his remarks on April 19, Archbishop Paglia emphasized that the Church is not a ‘dispenser of truth pills’ when it comes to engaging with a pluralistic society on the most challenging moral issues of the day.
Archbishop Paglia's comments come on the heels of a document released by Swiss bishops on assisted suicide stating that pastoral caregivers should not be present during a person’s death by assisted suicide.