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Cardinal Müller said that nobody could alter the way the sacraments work

A wonderful new book reminds us that food is not just matter, but is a gift from God

Cardinal Coccopalmerio’s book is only the latest example of Catholic teaching being questioned

Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio has published a book on Amoris Laetitia

The Maltese bishops’ guidelines on Communion mean that secular culture has triumphed over the Church

The Confraternities of Catholic Clergy said the dubia would help to clear up confusion

The group did not include Cardinal Gerhard Müller, who has said the practice is against God’s law

The cardinal said that nobody, not even a pope, could change the teaching reaffirmed by St John Paul II

The US cardinal made the remarks in a letter to the priests of the Washington Archdiocese.

The Church has always taught that moral absolutes are necessary to the formation of conscience