Modernism and relativism have deceived Pope Francis, because it is absolutely impossible for his Amoris laetitia innovation to constitute an ‘authentic magisterium,’ which cannot exist with situational ethics.
While the perennial teachings of the Catholic Church on human sexuality remain both unchanged and unchangeable, Francis has indeed undermined or obfuscated these truths through what many see as ambiguous or outright heretical statements.
Theologian Dr. Peter Kwasniewski has previously commented that such a message 'directly contradicts the Council of Trent’s teaching, reaffirmed by Veritatis Splendor, that there is no commandment given by God that is impossible to accomplish with the help of His grace.'
Cardinal-designate Fernández's continued promotion of Amoris Laetitia is a reminder of Pope Francis’ 'endorsement of the heresy that Holy Communion may be given to couples living in adulterous unions.’
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò praised Bishop Joseph Strickland's pastoral letter criticizing the Synod on Synodality, with Viganò saying Strickland's words truly reflect his role as a 'successor of the apostles.'
Bishop Marian Eleganti warned that departure from the faith is ‘doomed to failure’ and blasted dissident theologians pushing a ‘protestantized, unsuccessful church that conforms to the spirit of the age.’