'The hypothesis advanced in the proposal constitutes in all cases a grave violation of conjugal morality and of the discipline of the Church, which cannot permit access to the Eucharist,' says Cardinal De Paolis.
The terrible truth is that the homosexuality-paragraphs of the interim report wounded and confounded many ordinary Catholics and non-Catholics, including honestly Catholic people struggling with homosexual problems.
In his latest interview, Pope Francis gave the strongest indication yet that he is at least leaning toward what has been known as the 'Kasper proposal,' to allow divorced and remarried Catholics to receive Communion.
Since the Synod in October, reporters around the world have been wondering where Pope Francis stands on the controversial language about homosexuality in the mid-term Synod report. They got their chance on Sunday.