”Cardinal Secretary of State, Pietro Parolin, during the Vatican News interview”

Kardinal Parolin -Vatikanens statssekreterare-säger i en intervju i Vatican News att

Franciskus uppmanar till en attitydförändring gentemot familjen och dess svårigheter och problem den möter idag.

”Asked in a Jan. 11 interview about the ongoing discussion over the meaning of the pope’s 2016 apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia, Cardinal Pietro Parolin said the document “flows from a new paradigm that Pope Francis is bringing forward with wisdom, prudence and patience.”

”Apparently referencing the criticism from a minority group of Catholics who have called the exhortation unclear, Parolin states: “The difficulties that have risen up and that still exist in the church … are probably due to this change of attitude that the pope is asking of us.”

“Obviously, every change always brings some difficulties, but these difficulties come with the territory and must be dealt with commitment, to find answers that might become instances of growth, of further deepening,” the cardinal said.


// Irène

PS Bland kritikerna och de som officiellt ondgör sig över Franciskus apostoliska uppmaning Amoris Laetitia / Kärlekens glädje finns bla 3 biskopar i Kazakstan.”Tomash Peta, metropolitan archbishop of the diocese of Maria Santissima in Astana; Jan Pawel Lenga, emeritus bishop of Karaganda and Athanasius Schneider, auxiliary bishop of the diocese of Maria Santissima in Astana.”

”The petitioners argue that the admission in some cases of divorced faithful in a second union to the Eucharist “means in practice a way of approving or legitimizing divorce, and in this meaning a kind of introduction of divorce in the life of the Church”, as well as “ a matter of spreading” the “plague of divorce”.