Results from Tag: 'dubia'
In wishing to honor two recently deceased cardinals, the American cardinal makes a final plea to the Holy Father for clarity, saying the “grave” situation is “continually worsening” and that it is “urgent” the Pope “confirm his brothers in the faith.”
COMMENTARY: Catholics should pray for the Pope, for the signatories of the correction and for the Church.
The former prefect of the Apostolic Signatura explains in a new interview how a correction of parts of the Holy Father’s magisterium would be enacted, pays tribute to the recently deceased Cardinal Meisner, and stresses the importance of true mercy.
The April 25 missive was hand-delivered to the Pope on May 6 but has received no response.
The archbishop emeritus of Bologna sheds light on the thinking of the four cardinals, and why they see a papal clarification of ‘Amoris laetitia’ as so vital.
Father George Woodall explains why a papal response to the ‘dubia’ will be of “fundamental importance” for the good of the Church.