Head of Communion & Liberation backs Pope Francis
February 05, 2020
CWN Editor's Note: Father Julian Carron, the leader of the Communion and Liberation movement, has indicated his strong support for Pope Francis, arguing that the current Pope is dedication to the continuation and “radicalization” of the work of Pope Benedict XVI. He acknowledged that many Catholics today do not understand the actions of Pope Francis, but “we will in time when we see the consequences.”The above note supplements, highlights, or corrects details in the original source (link above). About CWN news coverage.
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Posted by: Randal Mandock -
Feb. 05, 2020 10:29 PM ET USA
Does this "radicalization" mean to purge the Church of one's enemies, such as those who will not conform to a government-imposed "church", or those who live their own lives according to nearly 2,000 years of time-honored Catholic discipline, or those who persist in a "radical" continuity with a form of worship that situates the priest as leading the worshippers in physical unison (e.g., ad orientem), or those who teach what the Church has taught in the way the Church has taught it for 2,000 yr?