This morning, I noticed that the Drudge Report was leading with this:
As I’ve said countless times, the “Magisterium of the Media” trumps the technically true (but pragmatically irrelevant) claim that “the pope hasn’t changed any doctrine.”
Nope. He can’t. He won’t. He doesn’t need to. All he needs to do is gut praxis, and the rest follows.
This afternoon, a reader sent me a collage of the headlines from various outlets online. If this doesn’t paint the picture of how Amoris Laetitia — which few of the lay faithful will ever actually read — will be received, and how it will impact behavior, I don’t know what does (click to enlarge):
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