1Peter5, Maike Hickson: Today, 7 April, the much-expected conference on “Catholic Church, where are you going?” took place in Rome. The conference was inspired by the late Cardinal Carlo Caffarra – one of the four dubia cardinals – who died last September. At the end of the conference, a Final Declaration was issued in the name of the participants, both clergy and laymen alike, reaffirming the Church’s infallible doctrine concerning moral issues such as marriage and intrinsically evil acts, thus answering the original five dubia which, 18 months after they were first submitted to him, have never have been answered by Pope Francis. More here.
Roman Conference Upholds Immutability of Catholic Moral Doctrine
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