There is a strange end coming.
Some months ago, July 27th to be precise, Pope Francis lobbied the Polish hierarchy. The topic? Decentralization. A way of saying ‘You get to decide what’s right for the divorced and remarried (who want to receive Holy Communion)’.https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pope-spoke-of-decentralizing-decisions-on-communion-for-divorced-remarriedIn more recent days, Pope Francis appears to be making good on his or the alleged ghostwriter of Amoris Laetitia Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernández’s teaching suggesting that divorce-remarriage/communion policies might vary from nation to nation. No doubt, some policies enacted by some precincts (i.e., the Germans) would almost certainly contradict the unchanging teaching of the Church.U.S. canon lawyer Father Gerald Murray called the