I'm sure they would be appalled at the suggestion because they take the Sacrament too seriously.
To tell you the truth, I thought the news on annulments was going to be much worse. Ed Peters has some balanced commentary.
Don't worry folks, somebody is going to write up a readers digest version and the Bishop himself will adjudicate.
Bishops will finally have something to do besides once a year Confirmation!
I wonder if they will set up offices at the airports?
I find it very interesting that when the new Romans thought about the problems with marriage - their energy, treasure, time and talents wasn't better Catechesis and marriage prep, it was cutting through the red tape of Catholic divorce.
The Holy Father has won the admiration of Hillary Clinton.
"I am not a Catholic, but I am a great admirer of the pope," Clinton, who is a Methodist, said. "I think that what he's trying to do is take this venerable institution, the Roman Catholic Church, and really, once again, place it on a firm foundation of scriptures of Christ's words."
The Roman Catholic Church has been displaced from Christ words but Pope Francis has arrived to put it back on the foundation of Scripture.
Aren't we lucky?