Cardinal Kasper on switching from ordaining women to the lesser obstacle of married priests.
Pope Francis pushing again for Intercommunion.
And George Weigel (did you know he wrote a biography of JPII?) reveals he could have backed up Archbishop Vigano’s claims about sanctions on McCarrick all along.
This weeks most interesting news we didn’t get the chance to print is in the 1P5 Minute.
- Cardinal Kasper says Francis will allow married priests, if bishops request it (Crux)
- ‘Let’s not wait for the theologians,’ says Pope Francis about sharing the Eucharist (RNS)
- Francis criticizes traditionalist Catholics who ‘safeguard the ashes’ of the past (NCR)
- Good Parents Say “No”: Pope Francis on Lutherans and the Eucharist (1P5)
- Up Next on the Vatican Agenda: Intercommunion (1P5)
- German Bishop: Pope Francis Has Effectively Approved of the Intercommunion Handout (1P5)
- The Pope Rejected German Intercommunion Handout. Does That Mean He Rejects Intercommunion? (1P5)
- Celebration of Vatican’s Intercommunion Rejection is Premature (1P5)
- Pope Changes Tack on Intercommunion, Says Local Bishops Should Decide (1P5)
- World Over – 2019-05-30 – Full Episode with Raymond Arroyo (YouTube)
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