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- Sacramentum Caritatis 60: Migrants and Participation
- Towards Full Presence 4: Popes on Social Media
- Sacramentum Caritatis 59: Care for Prisoners
- Towards Full Presence 3: What The Church Has Already Said
- Sacramentum Caritatis 58: Active Participation by the Sick
- Towards Full Presence 2: Requests for Guidance
- Sacramentum Caritatis 57: Participation Through the Communications Media
- Towards Full Presence 1: The Digital World, Not Going Away
- Sacramentum Caritatis 56: Non-Catholic Christians
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Is It About Money And Power?
Pope Francis suggests two factors for “so much resistance” with his intended reforms of canonical handling of marriages. From his off-the-cuff remarks a few days ago:
How has this played out over the past five years? Any experiences out there? In my last diocese, I had heard of a situation in which a declaration of nullity was pulled back after it was given. Didn’t seem to be fair or in keeping with the 2015 documents reforming canon law.
About catholicsensibilityTodd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.