Last week cardinals and bishops attending the Ordinary Synod on the Family separated into thirteen small groups to discuss the first part of the Instrumentum Laboris and propose amendments to the document. The reports of their work, made public last week, reveal a striking failure to protect the family from the serious threats contained within the first part of this heterodox preparatory document.
'The conscience is inviolable and we have to respect that when they make decisions, and I’ve always done that,' said Cupich on divorced and remarried couples, something he indicated also applied to gay couples.
Some of today’s stories reveal that LifeSite cannot exaggerate the extreme importance of what is happening at the Synod on the Family in Vatican City. There is indeed a great battle being played out in that three-week meeting.