KRAKOW, Poland, July 29, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – The head of the Polish bishops conference says that in a private meeting this week Pope Francis held with the country’s bishops, he spoke of allowing local bishops conferences to make decisions about the controversial practice of giving Communion to those who are divorced and remarried.
“The Holy Father says that general laws are very hard to enforce in each country, and so he speaks about decentralization,” Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki told reporters after a July 27 closed-door meeting with the Pope in Krakow. The pope had traveled to Poland for World Youth Day.
The pope related that in a decentralized Church, bishops’ conferences “might on their own initiative not only interpret papal encyclicals, but also looking at their own cultural situation, might approach some specific issues in an appropriate manner,” Gadecki said.
But those footnotes didn’t mean anything, right? HERE HERE and especially HERE.
You know, like the footnote he claimed he couldn’t remember, right after explaining the meaning of that exact same footnote (can’t make this up) HERE
After all, this is the same guy who proclaimed adultery as the “fullness of God” HERE.
Kids, there is nothing ambiguous in any of this. It’s clear as crystal. Stop saying it’s vague and confusing and start condemning this campaign against Truth.