The National Catholic Reporter is shocked.
Shocked I tell you.
"This concern is even deeper than the Doctrinal Assessment's criticism of the LCWR for not providing a counter-point during presentations and Assemblies when speakers diverge from Church teaching," Müller said. "The Assessment is concerned with positive errors of doctrine seen in the light of the LCWR's responsibility to support a vision of religious life in harmony with that of the Church and to promote a solid doctrinal basis for religious life."
I really like this prefect of the CDF.
Just one little problem. The Bishops have been picking speakers who promote heresy for decades.
Monkey see, monkey do.
This is a great start. We'd love to see the ax cut at the root.
What is good for the goose, is good for the gander!