Qui pourrait noUs donner (même en allemand) les 5 conditions du card SCHÔNBORN déjà appliquées depuis un temps notable dans le diocèse de Vienne pour l'accès des divorcés remariés à la Sainte Communion cf note au § 8 Amoris Laetitia et allusion sur National Catholic Register: QUOTE The World Over aired shortly before Pope Francis’ press conference on the papal plane back from Lesbos, Greece, on Saturday. Asked whether or not there are “new concrete possibilities” that did not exist before the publication of the exhortation, the Pope replied: "I can say yes [there are]. Period. But it would be too brief an answer. I recommend you read the presentation by Cardinal [Christoph] Schönborn, who is a great theologian.”
Cardinal Schönborn said in that presentation the document makes some “organic development” of the Church’s pastoral practice for remarried divorcees. He said the following day in Austria that he was happy that the document had adopted his 5-step program in Vienna. The program involves a series of five questions a priest must ask divorced and remarried couples to see how merciful and correctly they have behaved before, it can be inferred, they are able to receive Holy Communion. The Pope also told the reporters that he did "not remember" footnote 351, but added: "For sure if it’s something general in a footnote it’s because I spoke about it, I think, in Evangelii Gaudium." Today, Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro, a close adviser to the Pope, announced on his Facebook page that he had written a guide to Amoris Laetitia. In a clear effort to disagree with Cardinal Raymond Burke and others who argue, based on the Pope’s own words in the document, that the exhortation is not a magisterial act, Father Spadaro said it is “loud and clear an important act of the magisterium (for those who really want to understand).” It follows his comments last week in La Civilta Cattolica, the Jesuit periodical that he edits and which is cleared by the Secretariat of State, that he believes the exhortation opens the door to Holy Communion for remarried divorcees.
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