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Survey: Filial Correction of Pope Francis? Right or Wrong?

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Poll: Let’s Talk About the Filial Correction!

Share your thoughts on this poll: Were the Clergy & Scholars Right in Issuing a Filial Correction to Pope Francis? Please share with your friends!

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On August 11, 2017, 62 or so lay scholars and clergy delivered a 25-page letter entitled “Correctio Filialis de Haeresibus Propagatis‘, which means: “A Filial Correction Concerning the Propagation of Heresies”.

The correction lays out, what seems to be, associated with Amoris Laetitia as well as comments on Martin Luther.

When there was no response to this “filial correction”, the letter was made public a couple of days ago.

This event caused a lot of excitement in the Catholic world, with some Catholics defending the Pope, while others defended the scholars.

A “Correction” has not been issued to any pope since the Middle Ages, when Pope John XXII was admonished for his errors. He later recanted them on his deathbed.

More on the correction, along with the actual document can be found on NCRegister.

Recommended Reading

Cathedra Veritatis: On the Extension of Papal Infallibility by John P. Joy, STI

The Political Pope: How Pope Francis Is Delighting the Liberal Left and Abandoning Conservatives by George Neumayr

God or Nothing – A Conversation on Faith – Cardinal Robert Sarah

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