COMMENTARY: Two 40-year-old documents show us that the way we work and do business exerts a profound influence on our own souls and the world around us.
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Professor Stephan Kampowski argues the most important development of the document is for it to be better explained and understood.
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.
REGISTER EXCLUSIVE: Cardinal Burke says a post-synodal apostolic exhortation, ‘by its very nature, does not propose new doctrine and discipline, but applies the perennial doctrine and discipline to the situation of the world at the time.’
Critics say Father Antonio Spadaro’s November reflection on the 2015 synod in La Civiltà Cattolica continues to push a narrative that is contrary to Church teaching.
NEW ANALYSIS: Father José Granados Is a member of the John Paul II Pontifical Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family
The pope emeritius has spoken decisively against reception of Communion for the divorced and remarried on several occasions, reversing a different theological opinion he offered in 1972.