jueves, 4 de enero de 2018

"El documento de los obispos de Kazajistán no es una simple profesión de fe sino una corrección real de las ambigüedades y errores contenidos en Amoris Laetitia", según Aldo María Valli

Duración 2:46 minutos

Doctrine in an Air Raid Shelter: Sandro Magister notices on his blog that no one listens to Pope Francis when he makes pro-life or pro-family statements. Magister believes that Francis is “perfectly content” with this. According to Magister, Francis speaks about pro-life or pro-family issues in the places and moments most sheltered from attack. But when the political battle is raging he remains silent. Magister comments, “Francis preserves the Church’s traditional doctrine this way, as in an air raid shelter.”

Restaurant Atmosphere: Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe has turned his cathedral into a big and noisy pizzeria in order to feed – quotation marks - “the poor”. 600 people were served different types of pizza, traditional sandwiches and milk products. The food was prepared on the yard of the cathedral. The lunch was served by Cardinal Sepe, priests, nuns and seminarians. It was accompanied by classic Neapolitan songs in the background creating a restaurant atmosphere in the cathedral.

Resistance Bishops: On December 31, three Kazakhstan bishops issued a statement against Pope Francis’ wish to distribute Communion to adulterers. They are Astana Archbishop Tomasz Peta, Retired Karaganda Archbishop Jan Pawel Lenga, and Auxiliary Bishop Athanasius Schneider. On January 2, two Italian archbishops have joined the group, the former nuncio in the U.S., Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, and Retired Archbishop Luigi Negri of Ferrara, Italy.

A true Correction: The very moderate Italian journalist Aldo Maria Valli writes that Pope Francis will not be able to ignore the document of the Kazakhstan bishops because this is not simply a profession of faith, but a real correction. Quote, “It is in fact a correction of the errors and ambiguities contained in Amoris Laetitia."