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Three bishops dissent from Amoris Laetitia and confuse discipline for unchanging truth

Saint Basil Dictating His Doctrine painting by Francisco de Herrera the Elder
Today three bishops (one retired) from Kazakhstan published a statement of dissent from Pope Francis's apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia (AL), which allows for some remarried Catholics to receive the sacraments. One of the signatories, Athanasius Schneider, is an outspoken traditionalist who has written for the extreme website Rorate Caeli. Subsequently, it has been reported that the statement has received additional signatures from two retired, (in)famous Italian bishops. Luigi Negri retired shortly after he may have implied that he wanted someone to assassinate Pope Francis, apparently because Negri was unhappy with his recent appointments of Italian bishops. Carlo Maria Viganò was the Apostolic Nuncio to the U.S. from 2011-16, and was reportedly responsible for the pope's "meeting" with Kim Davis, the county clerk who briefly went to jail for refusing to allow her office to issue sam…

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