The 'Amoris laetitia' controversy roared back Wednesday, when Cardinal Blase Cupich asked why a USCCB marriage doc seemed not to reflect controversial aspects of Pope Francis' text.— JD Flynn (@jdflynn) June 17, 2021
The cardinal was not reassured by answers, and debate will follow.https://t.co/eAJXeJU7SS
Thursday, June 17, 2021
Reappropriating the Mystery and Meaning of Salvation in Christ— Church Life Journal (@ChurchLifeND) June 16, 2021
by Robert Imbelli of @BostonCollege via @leodelo2
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Various spiritual writers and theologians have been praised as being precursors of Vatican II in calling for the return of the Christian faithful to the pursuit of holiness. But was a synod the appropriate means for trying to implement such a reform? A centralized system cannot help but look for a centralized solution; was a better way possible? Are there too many human obstacles to the action of the Holy Spirit, especially in the form of ecclesial power structures?