The drivel is tough to get through. I have to keep walking away from it.
Generally speaking, it begins with a sob story about how taxes and anthropology are driving people to shack up and homosexual sexual relationships and the church wants to respect the freedom of the people so everyone should start focusing on the good aspects of immorality and licentiousness instead of focusing on the shortcomings of the loss of salvation in the situation.
The Pope's rogue group of luminaries said this is okay, because the truth is found outside of Christ's Church according to folks who went to Vatican II .
I would assume this means when your children tell you they want to move in with their lover, you are now supposed to welcome the "precious support" they give to each other, say the woman is a good cook, and buy them a frying pan.
They said this is what the church should do because this is what a mother would do.
The luminaries continued on, stating cohabitation and sex outside of the Sacraments involves affection and notable stability.
For this reason, what is required is a missionary conversion: it is necessary not to stop at an that is merely theoretical and has nothing to do with people’s real problems. It must not be forgotten that the crisis of faith has led to a crisis in matrimony and the family and, as a result, the transmission of faith from parents to children has often been interrupted.
Not surprisingly, the entire thesis avoids culpability of the real culprits.
The crisis in teaching the divine purpose of matrimony and the family was interrupted by them.
They robbed our children of the tools for making right judgments. They withheld catechesis that offended the calls their own desires whispered in their hearts. They twisted and perverted minds and then abandoned the Sacrament of Confession.
Now, the fix is in, robbing the children of the tools for salvation and twist and pervert right judgment up some more. Interrupt the teaching of the Catechism and teach the children the virtues in sleeping around and other religions.
These talking points were delivered to the eyes and ears of our children from the hand of Pope Francis.