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Initial Responses to Amoris Laetitia
Here at Daily Theology, we wanted to give some of our “quick takes” after an initial read of Amoris Laetitia, Pope Francis’s Apostolic Exhortation “On Love in the Family.” The Pope himself says at the outset […]
So What’s So Significant about the Relatio?
By Michael Bayer In my previous post, I looked at the context for understanding the Relatio post Disceptationem Okay, so now I know what’s at stake; what does the document actually say? Let’s go to […]
Contextualizing the Relatio from the Synod
By Michael Bayer It’s been called an “earthquake,” a “bombshell,” and “a stunning change,” for the Catholic Church. Serious Vatican observers, unaccustomed to dalliance in hyperbole and unencumbered by social media’s obsession with instantaneous analysis, […]
Upcoming Bishops’ Synod Could Allow Married Men to Become Priests
Today, the Tablet-UK reported, that in an interview given to Salzburger Nachrichten, Bishop Erwin Kräutler (Bishop of Xingu in the Brazilian rainforest) states that the Pope told him directly that he “was open-minded about finding solutions to the […]
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