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Pope Francis greets Cardinal Raymond Burke at the Vatican in 2014 (CNS)

Cardinal Burke confirmed that any correction of the Pope would first take place in private

Pope Francis exchanges gifts with Fra' Matthew Festing, the 79th prince and grand master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, during a private audience at the Vatican (CNS photo/Claudio Peri, pool via Reuters)

Albrecht von Boeselager has filed an appeal against his suspension with an internal tribunal

Pope Francis with the Grand Master of the Sovereign Order of Malta, Fra' Matthew Festing, during a private audience in 2014 (PA)

Fra’ Matthew Festing said the Order would follow the Pope at this ‘complex and difficult time’

Cardinal Raymond Burke (CNS)

The cardinal advised Catholics to remain ‘serene’ by reaffirming the Church’s teaching

Cardinal Carlo Caffarra: perhaps the greatest of our theologians (Photo: CNS)

Abandoning a belief in absolute moral norms would be a catastrophe for the Church

Auxiliary Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Astana, Kazakhstan, and US Cardinal Raymond Burke at a March for Life in Rome (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Kazakhstani bishop hails ‘courageous’ cardinals who wrote to Pope Francis asking for clarity

Pope Francis during his weekly general audience at St. Peter's Square on Wednesday (PA)

The Pope spoke out after a letter from four cardinals asked for clarification of Amoris Laetitia

Pope Francis arrives in St. Peter's Square for a general audience (AP)

The cardinals have asked Pope Francis for a yes-or-no answer on Communion. His silence is unsurprising

Cardinal Raymond Burke, left, stands by Pope Francis saluting bishops, at the end of a general audience in St. Peter's Square (AP)

The cardinal said there was a tradition of issuing a formal correction if a Pope is in error

Archbishop Pierre at the US bishops' plenary meeting in Baltimore (AP)

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