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The arguments against the Church’s perennial teaching are not impressive

He said cardinals should be the Pope’s ‘closest collaborators’

The cardinal also told America magazine that Pope Francis was ‘one of the toughest people I’ve met’

In an interview with The Irish Catholic the cardinal also expressed scepticism about the idea of women deacons

Bishop Grech’s diocese said the rumours were ‘absolutely false’

Cardinals Burke, Caffarra and Pujats are among 4,000 signatories who affirm the Church’s teachings on marriage and the Eucharist

The Church’s teaching has been consistent from the early Church to modern Popes. Last week’s events didn’t change it

In a pastoral letter Bishop Egan says the exhortation is a ‘magnificent’ document that everyone should read

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The Pontiff has chosen to promote debate and diversity, rather than build unity around clearly expressed doctrine. The consequences will be enormous

Cardinal Brandmüller says admitting remarried Catholics to Holy Communion would ‘undermine’ the Church