Cardinal Cupich might brush up on his knowledge of canon law . . .

He talks around the issue . . .

via Cdl. Cupich’s rationales for not taking canonical action against prominent pro-abortion Catholic politicos are as unconvincing as ever | In the Light of the Law

“Sanctions” are not the issue. Rather, the issues are preventing scandal and sacrilege.

Neither is “Changing people’s minds” the issue. He can’t let it go at that, “as if that satisfies his duty in the matter . . .  any more than a father can excuse sitting by while members of his household act against the common good, by saying, “Well, I told them what was right and wrong.”

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