No Change in teaching of indissolubility of marriage


The Pope will not approve any change in the Church’s established doctrine on the indissolubility of marriage, according to a Spanish bishop who met with the Pope in early 2014. (The Spanish bishops visited Rome on their ad limina visits at the end of February and in early March, 2014. link)

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“This (the teaching on the indissolubility of marriage) was established by Jesus Christ and the Pope cannot change it.”    -Pope Francis

September 25, 2014, Thursday — Letter 29 No Change
From: Dr. Robert Moynihan (MoynihanReport@gmail.com) .
Sent: Thu 9/25/14 3:48 PM
To: Spera Rose, Ocds @Speramus

Moynihian

“This (the teaching on the indissolubility of marriage) was established by Jesus Christ and the Pope cannot change it.” —Pope Francis, earlier this year, speaking to members of the Spanish hierarchy, according to the Bishop of Cordoba, Spain, in an interview published on September 21 in the Diario de Cordoba, and picked up recently by other journalists and news agencies

The Pope will not approve any change in the Church’s established doctrine on the indissolubility of marriage, according to a Spanish bishop who met with the Pope in early 2014. (The Spanish bishops visited Rome on their ad limina visits at the end of…

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