“True Innovations but Not Ruptures” Cardinal Christoph Schönborn Presents Amoris Laetitia

Cardinal John Henry Newman, who was one of the great intellectual minds of the Catholic Church in the 19th century, is seen in a portrait in a church in Rome. Deacon John Sullivan, 70, of Marshfield, Mass., says his healing from a debilitating spinal condition was due to the miraculous intercession of Cardinal Newman. (CNS photo from Crosiers) (April 30, 2009) See DEACON-NEWMAN April 30, 2009.

Cardinal Christoph Schönborn has said that Pope Francis’ summary document of the synods on the family, Amoris Laetitia, does not change the Church’s teaching but represents a development of doctrine, in continuity with previous Popes and the Church’s magisterium. Asked by Aleteia at today’s press conference whether the entirety of John Paul II’s teaching on […]

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Letter #35, 2016: Athanasius speaks


April 26, 2016, Tuesday – Athanasius Speaks “If we analyze certain statements of AL [Amoris laetitia, “The Joy of Love”] with intellectual honesty within their proper context, we find ourselves faced with difficulties when trying to interpret them in accordance with the traditional doctrine of the Church.” —Bishop Athanasius Schneider, Roman Catholic auxiliary bishop of […]

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