Amoris Laetitia

Some say the Pope has reaffirmed traditional teaching, while others believe the correction will be ineffectual

The cardinal said the Pope was surrounded by ‘spies’ and ‘false friends’

‘In order to understand ‘Amoris Laetitia,’ you must read it from the beginning to the end’

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Two signatories explain why they took the unusual step of ‘correcting’ the Pope

The Cardinal said Amoris does not signal ‘changes to doctrine or to sacramental discipline’

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It’s bad manners to discuss the terrible effects of sin. Waugh, like the authors of the correction, broke the taboo

Bishop René Henry Gracida, a friend of St John Paul II and Mother Angelica, expressed his ‘gratitude’ for the document

The signatories say that, while they do not accuse the Pope of the sin of heresy, his actions have helped doctrinal errors to spread