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Cardinal Brandmüller defended the dubia, saying that many people were concerned by the situation in the Church

Scholars and clerics fear being punished for speaking out over Amoris Laetitia

Two signatories explain why they took the unusual step of ‘correcting’ the Pope

Bishop René Henry Gracida, a friend of St John Paul II and Mother Angelica, expressed his ‘gratitude’ for the document

The signatories say that, while they do not accuse the Pope of the sin of heresy, his actions have helped doctrinal errors to spread

He is the second ‘dubia’ cardinal to die in the space of two months

A supposed ‘neurosis’ does not explain why so many Catholics have concerns about the present state of affairs

He said cardinals should be the Pope’s ‘closest collaborators’

Cardinal Meisner, who was Archbishop of Cologne for 25 years, was one of the four cardinals who submitted the ‘dubia’ to Pope Francis

The cardinals who elected Pope Francis hoped for major curial reform. Why isn’t it going to plan?