Conservative revolt brewing inside the Vatican
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/eur...story.html

Papal power, Burke warned, “is not absolute.” He added, “The pope does not have the power to change teaching [or] doctrine.”


Rather lengthy article ..
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I don't think this Faiola guy gets the Church. I mean, his paragraph about now, because of a papal liberation, priests can now (shock, horror!) forgive a “mortal sin” (sic) kinda gives it away.
And that Radicliffe fella, who is fond of commemorating “gay love”, is “afraid” of where conservatives are taking things? Oh please.

I wish the premise of the article to be true, but the article itself is so bad one doesn't even know where to start (no offence to you, tucherb).
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#3
This kind of begs the question: Will there be schism in October?
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#4
50 years too late.
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Their is only a Schism if Conservative Cardinals and Bishops got together to elect a new Pope, which their is absoluely no indication of happening. WE have had bad Popes in the past.
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