This article is just a bare statement of my position, without supporting arguments.
1. The prevenient grace of God prevents any Pope from teaching material heresy, and from committing formal heresy.
2. A Pope can err: not at all in his infallible teachings; to a limited extent in his non-infallible teachings; to a greater extent in his personal theological opinions and in his decisions on discipline.
3. The faithful can disagree, without sin, to the extent that error is possible, that is: not at all for infallible teachings; to a limited extent for non-infallible teachings; to a greater extent in personal theological opinions and decisions on discipline.
4. Amoris Laetitia contains limited errors in the non-infallible Magisterium and in decisions on discipline, but the errors are few and limited. Most of the errors are in the interpretation and application, afterward.
5. The decision of Pope Francis to allow Communion for the divorced and remarried, under some conditions, is within the limits of the authority given to each Roman Pontiff by God. I think it is a decision prompted by the grace and governed by the providence of God. However, I do not think this discipline is useful in the long term, so it should be changed, in the near future.
6. The best long term discipline, in my opinion, is to prohibit Communion, in general, to anyone guilty of any objective mortal sin, until they repent and confess. The usual exceptions would apply, as when the penitent is in danger of death, or is unable to confess for a long time, etc.
7. Canon Law should be amended so that anyone who publicly treats the Roman Pontiff with contempt, denigration, or calumny may not receive Communion until he or she has publicly retracted the statements and has done penance by public expressions of support for the Pope.
8. The faithful should be taught the moral teachings of the Church more fully and more carefully, in new magisterial documents, in sermons, and in letters from Bishops and Bishops’ Conferences. In this way, they will know which sins to avoid so as to be worthy for Communion.
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