Over at LifeSiteNews, Pete Baklinksy and Claire Chretien (both of whom are, by the way, doing some of the most important work in Catholic journalism today) have compiled a list of bishops and cardinals who have spoken out publicly both for and against the dubia pertaining to Amoris Laetitia.
I’m not positive that the list is comprehensive — I noticed that the signatories of the Kazakhstan bishops’ document on AL aren’t all there, but that may fall outside the scope of their criteria — but by my count on the list they have, there are 15 prelates in favor of the dubia and 13 against.
With things developing so rapidly, lists like this become increasingly important as we try to keep score. I won’t excerpt the list here, just go to their article for the full accounting.
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