Archbishop Fernández said the letter he sent puts together the suggestions of several bishops and that it is understandable “that many of the faithful are calling on us to find some way to make the Eucharist accessible again.”
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The capital’s bishops offered the life of Saint José Brochero as an example for clergy during the current crisis.
A strong pro-life grassroots movement has coalesced nationally to combat a push for legal abortion that is being driven by foreign pro-abortion groups.
COMMENTARY: Argentina is a rich country that has made itself systematically poorer for a century, not due to war or natural disaster, but by generations of failed leadership.
But the Holy See’s spokesman stands by his earlier statement that accusations of sexual misconduct against Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta were not made until last fall.
The bill is dead for this legislative year, although it could be reintroduced in a congressional debate in 2019.
The legislation that has so far passed the Argentina House must ‘call us to a response as a Church,’ they said.
Pro-life leader says response is ‘one more proof of the clear commitment that the people of Argentina have in defense of life and their rejection of legalized abortion.’
In message, Holy Father says, despite his great desire to travel to his homeland, he won’t be able to next year, due to commitments in Asia and Africa.
ANALYSIS: Contrary to widespread media reports, the new guidelines that Pope Francis has endorsed are not a ratification of the Kasper proposal regarding reception of Communion.