Pope Francis warns bishops vs ‘scheduled faith’


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Pope Francis warns bishops vs ‘scheduled faith’


Pope Francis warned Catholic bishops against turning away from people who do not fit their “scheduled faith,” a day after a divisive synod on the Church’s attitude to sex, love and marriage ended in stalemate. Bishops have submitted a report to the pope that fudges the key issue of whether divorced and remarried believers should be allowed to play a full role in the Church, reflecting a stalemate in the battle between the conservative and liberal wings. At a mass October 25, the 78-year-old pontiff warned bishops of the dangers of “falling into a ‘scheduled faith.’” The Pope must now decide if and when he updates guidelines on the Church’s teaching.

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