Francis: "I could say, 'Yes. Period,' but that would be too short a response," - recommends Schonborn presentation
From America Magazine - April 16, 2016
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—The pope was asked to settle debate about his postsynodal apostolic exhortation on the family and whether the document opened new possibilities for divorced and civilly remarried Catholics to receive Communion under some circumstances.
"I could say, 'Yes. Period,' but that would be too short a response," the pope said. "I recommend everyone read the presentation made by Cardinal (Christoph) Schonborn" at the Vatican news conference presenting the document. The cardinal, archbishop of Vienna, had said the document represented "true innovations, but no break" with church tradition.
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