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Synod

The Pope: "Away with Cardinal Burke's house and salary".
VATICAN

The Pope: "Away with Cardinal Burke's house and salary".

Vatican sources close to the Daily Compass: Burke was defined as an "enemy" in an announcement made to the Heads of Dicasteries of the Roman Curia. The cardinal has not yet received a formal notice, but considering precedents, it is unlikely to be just a threat, which nonetheless would be very serious.


Synod dogma makes revolutionary Conclave reform credible
RUMOURS

Synod dogma makes revolutionary Conclave reform credible

There’s been leaks about the Pope's intention to revolutionise the election - and the electors - of his successor, in ways inspired by the Synod pathway. And with signals that speak louder than denials.


Pope’s answers to dubia: paradigm of confusion
WORD GAMES / 2

Pope’s answers to dubia: paradigm of confusion

From the blessing of homosexual couples to the penitent's repentance: as with the first dubium, also in the answers to the other four dubia by the five cardinals, the Pope does not clarify. First he says one thing and then another.
- Francis raises more doubts than the Dubia


Vatican claim Pope replied to Dubia is a sensational mystification
SYNOD

Vatican claim Pope replied to Dubia is a sensational mystification

The attempt by the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith together with Vatican Communication to cushion the blow caused by the publication of the five cardinals’ dubia, conceals the truth: the pope did not really respond and there is much more to say.


The dubia will bear fruit in due time
5 CARDINALS’ INITIATIVE

The dubia will bear fruit in due time

The dubia presented to the Pope are a perfectly legitimate initiative, which adequately corresponds to the faithful’s act of assent. It is not a question of putting the Pope in difficulty, but of turning to that office which belongs to him alone. And, they should not be considered in terms of immediate success.


Synod: appointments piloted pretending Holy Spirit made choices
THE NAMES

Synod: appointments piloted pretending Holy Spirit made choices

The trend of nominations for the new Synod manifests a will for preordained governance. How can they appoint their partisans based on political and power criteria and then claim that their words are to be taken as the voice of the Holy Spirit?