At the Italian site Corrispondenza romana we find a longish reaction to Amoris laetitia from His Excellency Most Reverend Athanasius Schneider.
The text is in Italian, but eventually it will be translated in full (but not by me and not today). Here is a taste:
The need for a “veritatis laetitia”
Fortunately and without question Amoris laetitia contains theological insights and affirmations of great pastoral value. Nevertheless, realistically, it is insufficient to affirm that LA would be interpreted according to the doctrine and traditional practice of the Church. When in an ecclesiastical document, which in our case is lacking a definitive and infallible character, there are discovered elements of interpretation and application that could have dangerous spiritual consequences, all the members of the Church, and in the first place bishops who are the fraternal collaborators of the Sovereign Pontiff in effective collegiality, have the duty to indicate this fact respectfully and to ask for an authentic interpretation.
When ambiguous elements of the Exhortation seem, in an honest reading, to contradict Catholic doctrine and practice, and when there is a realistic danger that some priests and people will willingly interpret the ambiguities in a way that manifestly contradicts Catholic doctrine, and then they cause scandal and spread errors, we have a right and duty to seek clarifications, solid teaching, authentic interpretations of the law, which defends and upholds doctrine.
It seems to me that it is not enough simply to read again what Card. Schönborn said during the presser that presented the Letter. Nor is it sufficient to review what Pope Francis said in an airplane presser about reviewing what Card. Schönborn said. I, for one, would like open statements that are clear, informed by charity, and easy to understand.
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