A Pastoral Revolution: Six Talismanic Words In the Ecclesial Debate on the Family
Those who want to understand better the crisis inside the Church will be interested in A Pastoral Revolution: Six Talismanic Words In the Ecclesial Debate on the Family.
A Pastoral Revolution is authored by Italian scholar Guido Vignelli. The book spotlights six words whose meanings have been deliberately twisted so that they sound familiar, but carry very different meanings. Each of these terms has been recast by modernists within the Church to make their radical ideas sound comfortingly familiar. Those words are pastoral, mercy, listening, discernment, accompaniment, and integration.
The just-translated work is especially relevant in the light of interpretations of the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia, which has confused countless Catholics on Church teachings about divorced and civilly “remarried” persons receiving Holy Communion.