COMMENTARY: CDF prefect Cardinal Luis Ladaria has been admirable, yet he has had to do quite a bit of shrugging in response to the actions of his brethren from the Society of Jesus.
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NEWS ANALYSIS: Joe Biden, whose globalist, humanitarian and politically liberal vision finds sympathizers in the Vatican, had been quick on the campaign trail to use Pope Francis’ words, despite the politician’s dissent from Catholic teaching on abortion and marriage.
Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro explains how discernment, inner conversion and dialogue are central to Francis’ reform rather than any set strategy or structural change.
COMMENTARY: The essay’s rhetoric of ‘inclusion’ and accusations of ‘fundamentalism’ immediately taint it with an aggressive cultural progressivism.
Away with rigidity of rules, mechanisms and institutions — welcome instead “incomplete thought”, discernment and mercy, says Jesuit friend of Pope Francis.
Moral theologian responds firmly and extensively to Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro’s assertions that the final report of the Ordinary Synod on the Family “opened a door” to holy Communion for remarried divorcees
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.
Editorial in influential Jesuit journal says ordinary synod on the family 'laid foundations' for access to the sacraments