— F M Shyanguya (@TheWarOurTime) August 23, 2016
Cf. facebook link.
The Vatican Responds
— F M Shyanguya (@TheWarOurTime) August 24, 2016
“Amoris Laetitia” falls into the third category, Father Pie-Ninot said, adding the 1990 instruction’s statement that examples of ordinary magisterium can occur when the pope intervenes “in questions under discussion which involve, in addition to solid principles, certain contingent and conjectural elements.”
The instruction notes that “it often only becomes possible with the passage of time to distinguish between what is necessary and what is contingent,” although, as the Spanish priest said, the instruction insists that even then one must assume that “divine assistance” was given to the pope.
Accepting “Amoris Laetitia” as authoritative church teaching, Father Pie-Ninot said, applies also to the document’s “most significant words” about the possibility of people divorced and remarried without an annulment receiving Communion in limited circumstances. (My emphasis)
Update: VATICAN | NOV. 13, 2016
— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) November 14, 2016
Cf. “Seeking Clarity.” The Appeal of Four Cardinals To the Pope by Sandro Magister | WWW.CHIESA – One letter. Five questions on the most controversial points of “Amoris Laetitia.” To which Francis has not replied. One more reason, they say, to “inform the people of God about our initiative”
Update: NOV. 14, 2016
— Antonio Spadaro (@antoniospadaro) November 15, 2016
Update: NOV. 16, 2016
UPDATE: MAR, 25, 2017
— Andrew Guernsey (@aguernz) March 25, 2017