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Who’s ‘Anti-Francis’? Bishop Paprocki and Others Point Out Cardinal McElroy’s Contradictions of the Holy Father
“I think it’s very convenient to try to hide behind Pope Francis and say, ‘Well, if you disagree with me, you’re really disagreeing with Pope Francis,’” the Illinois bishop told the Register. “But I think the reality is contrary to that.”
‘It is not uncommon today to hear Catholic leaders affirm unorthodox views that, not too long ago, would have been espoused only by heretics,’ wrote the Illinois bishop, who is chairman-elect of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Canonical Affairs and Church Governance.
Archbishop Naumann Responds to Cardinal McElroy: ‘Radical Inclusion’ Can’t Supersede Catholic Doctrine
‘The importance of marriage and family to society, culture, the nation and the church cannot be overestimated.’
COMMENTARY: While the Holy Father’s January interview with The Associated Press yielded some encouraging words, some of his actions make it difficult to interpret his intentions.
COMMENTARY: As Cardinal Pell, Bishop Bätzing and others would testify from different perspectives, papal interview controversies are not rare, but rarely corrected.
COMMENTARY: Cardinal Robert McElroy’s comments last week, arguing the synod is the correct place to overturn core Catholic teachings, have spotlighted how the Synod on Synodality’s leaders are themselves manipulating the process in pursuit of this same objective.