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Sir Edward Leigh said the policy risked ‘devastating lives’

The Pope has given official approval to a document by the Buenos Aires bishops. That won’t necessarily change what Catholics believe

The bishops only say that ‘integration’ and ‘discernment’ are necessary

Cardinal Brandmüller defended the dubia, saying that many people were concerned by the situation in the Church

The council cited the traditional teaching reaffirmed by John Paul II and Benedict XVI

Bishop Schneider said that priests should ‘lovingly and respectfully’ tell their superiors that they cannot abandon the Church’s perennial teaching

Bishop Pedro Martinez has issued a pastoral letter reaffirming Church teaching in the context of ‘confusion’ about Amoris Laetitia

The arguments against the Church’s perennial teaching are not impressive

He said cardinals should be the Pope’s ‘closest collaborators’

Six scholars gave talks on aspects of Amoris Laetitia and its aftermath