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Pope sees continuity not rupture in Amoris Laetitia author writes

VATICAN (CNS): Everything in the document, Amoris Laetitia (Joy of Love), on marriage and family life is based on Catholic Church teaching “always in continuity—without ruptures—yet always maturing,” Pope Francis wrote in a letter to Stephen Walford, author of the new book, Pope Francis, the Family and Divorce.
 
In addition, when referring to specific ethical situations, “the exhortation follows the classical doctrine of St. Thomas Aquinas,” the pope wrote. 
 

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Paradigm shift in the Joy of Love

HONG KONG (SE): The public debate surrounding the Joy of Love (Amoris Laetitia), the post-synodal document written by Pope Francis in the wake of the Bishops Synod on Marriage and Family Life, has mostly circled around the issue of whether or not divorced and remarried Catholics could possibly be readmitted to the Eucharistic table.

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Joy of Love in Hindi

BANGALORE (AsiaNews): A Hindi translation of the Joy of Love (Amoris Laetitia) was promulgated in Bangalore on September 28 by the Bishops’ Conference of the Bishops of Latin India Rite under the title, dell’Amoris Laetitia.

At the launch, the bishops explained that it is their intention to assist people at the grassroots level to focus their attention on the development of strong Catholic families.

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