156 – Amoris Laetitia versus the Magisterium of the Church

First Part | Second Part | One of the most polemical aspects of Francis’ Amoris laetitia is regarding the…

145 – “The divorced who have entered a new union can find themselves in a variety of situations, which should not be pigeonholed or fit into overly rigid classifications leaving no room for a suitable discernment”

“God created man in his image; in the divine image he created him; male and female he created them. God blessed them, saying: ‘Be fertile…

132 – “And you, priest in the confessional, you are there in the place of the Father who does justice with his mercy”

The Gospel shows us clearly that Christ chose the twelve Apostles and gave them special powers with regards to the Eucharist, the forgiveness of sins…

118 – The differences between Catholic sacraments and Lutheran worship are “explanations, interpretations.” “You are doing the same thing, whether in the Lutheran language or the Catholic one, but it’s the same.”

After the death of Our Lord Jesus Christ on the Cross, a soldier pierced his side with a lance, and blood and water flowed forth…

4 – The Church cannot have closed doors, not even to the Sacraments

The constant changes in a society in which God is increasingly ignored present real pastoral challenges for the Church. Nevertheless, faithful to its mission, She…

25 – The Lord always pardons, He never condemns!

‘A second plank [of salvation] after the shipwreck of lost grace.’ Since the first centuries of Christianity, the sacrament of Penance has been described in…