Rorate Caeli: Today’s Vatican Bollettino announced the appointment of 27 prelates as members of the Congregation for Divine Worship (CDW), a major overhaul that obviously has a direct impact on the policies and overall directions of the CDW. In the CDW, as with all other Roman dicasteries, all “matters of major importance” and all “questions involving general principles” are reserved to the “extraordinary plenary” meeting (usually held once a year) to which all members are summoned (see Pastor Bonus). Furthermore, all members who happen to reside in Rome also take part in the more frequent “ordinary plenary” meetings. Membership in a Curial dicastery is retained until a member is removed from such membership, or turns 80. As such, Archbishop Piero Marini, who is now 74, will remain a member of the CDW either until he is removed / replaced or until he reaches his 80th birthday on January 13, 2022. Full report here.
Brother Andre MarieWhen the Church's teachings on what is necessary for salvation "evolve," why can't her teachings on adultery, sodomy, etc.? (2/2)13 hours ago