A sister writes: “Statements in the CDF document strike me as inaccurate, misleading, and unfair…”

I confess that I’m not a regular reader of Commonweal, but a reader sent this my way and it seems to me a worthwhile addition to the conversation: an essay by a sister explaining, in her view, what the CDF has gotten wrong in its probe into the LCWR: Like many others, I am deeply [Read More...]

Muller and deacons: “Only a man can represent this relation of Christ with the Church”

The new head of the CDF, Gerhard Muller, has written extensively on the priesthood and diaconate, and gave an interview 10 years ago that shed light on his strong feelings about women and the diaconate: Q: Is the diaconate a sacrament in its own right? Müller: The Church teaches clearly that the sacrament of orders [Read More...]

Levada out, Muller in at CDF

Details: Anticipated for months, it’s finally official — at Roman Noon this Monday, the Pope named Bishop Gerhard Ludwig Müller of Regensburg as prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, accepting the retirement of Cardinal William Levada a year after the highest-ranking American in Vatican history reached the canonical age of 75. With the appointment of the [Read More...]


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