"We all agree on what is right or wrong," he continued. "The question becomes, As a good pastor, how do you accompany people as they embrace and make as a good habit that gift of gradualism?"
Does he mean them?
Because the people whose minds are overshadowed with the consequences of mortal sin certainly do not agree what is right and what is wrong.
That's what the family feud is all about.
Our children's minds have been perverted to believe what's right is wrong and what's wrong is right.
It's almost as if they don't have the faintest idea how mortal sin obstructs sound judgment on right and wrong and the only thing that can fix that predicament is remorse, the Sacrament of Confession and abstaining from repeating the sin again.
Here is Carol telling her children Catholics do not live together before marriage - and the Pope is out in the public square saying the times are a changing and so what if they live together.
I heroically hung in there giving the Pope the benefit of the doubt months after he announced he doesn't believe there is such a thing is right judgment in temptation with same sex attraction.
As a woman with a great deal of contacts with practicing Catholics - I don't know anyone who agrees with the Pope on what is right and what is wrong. Not a single person.
What is Bishop Kurtz talking about?
Speaking of theology, the fix is in on circumventing 2000 years of the Deposit of Faith.
They are going to 'rethink' it.
The buffoonery in this story is jaw dropping.
Canadian Archbishop Paul-André Durocher said The Holy Spirit wasn't enlightening first 2000 years of theologians, but they finally got their answers from a 'study' at Harvard University.
"And we're only, in a sense, starting to learn how to do this as church leaders," he said. "And this is going to take time for us, to learn to do this and together to come -- as we reflect on this -- to find what is the way that God is showing."
His reflections, which came at the end of the 70-minute briefing, may suggest a change in how bishops develop theological thought, which in the past has typically followed deductive methods of authors such as Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas over inductive methods used in systems like pastoral, or even liberation, theology.
You will note Cardinal Meuller correcting their nonsense.
He better watch his step or he will find himself in some God forsaken jungle in charge of Ebola!
A word to the wise - if it contradicts what He taught the first 4000 years, it isn't Him, it's the other guy.