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

Bishop Egan said priests had asked whether they should obey the Pope or their bishop

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

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

The Church is not a democracy in the usual sense, but it is a society governed by law

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Cardinal Pietro Parolin told the Order of Malta’s council that all decisions taken in recent weeks are ‘null and void’

The Maltese furore

Two very unlikely bishops have issued the most permissive guidelines yet on Amoris Laetitia. No wonder many Catholics are up in arms

The Order will meet to discuss the resignation of Grand Master Fra’ Matthew Festing

The Order’s Grand Master, Fra’ Matthew Festing, offered his resignation to the Pope on Tuesday