On “Toxic Rigidity”

In last Sunday’s Times of Malta, there was another justification of the latest Maltese Bishops’ guidelines on the implementation of Chapter 8 of Amoris Laetitia. This time such a justification was made by Mr Vassallo, an “accredited spiritual guide”. I already smelled liberalism coming out from the newspaper when I saw the words “spiritual guide” used … More On “Toxic Rigidity”

Beyond Blurred Phrases-Paragraph 303

This article is the second part on the controversial paragraphs in the latest Apostolic Exhortation “Amoris Laetitia”. The aim of such a writing is to further clarify the matter and to ensure that the faithful understand that such a paragraph seems not to square with what Catholicism has always thought on conscience and thus seeks to invent … More Beyond Blurred Phrases-Paragraph 303

The Maltese Disaster

This article is being published with the permission of Dr. Edward N. Peters JD, JCD, Ref. Sig. Ap.  The bishops of Malta, in a document that can only be called disastrous, repeatedly invoking Pope Francis’ Amoris laetitia, have directly approved divorced and remarried Catholics taking holy Communion provided they feel “at peace with God”. Unlike, say, the … More The Maltese Disaster