"Cardinal Coccopalmerio Contradicts The Catechism”

Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio, the president of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts, said in early January that there could be situations when adulterers can receive communion if they have the intention to stop sinning "but cannot".

For Father Gerald Murray, a canon lawyer and New York priest, this is “not a valid idea”, because something that is intrinsically evil can never be justified because of a good intention.

Murray pointed out on EWTN (January 11) that Coccopalmerio's theory "contradicts the Catechism (1749 and following).” About the second liaison of a divorcee Murray said: “Adultery is evil no matter what you intend.”

Picture: Francesco Coccopalmerio, © Ospedale Pediatrico Bambino Gesù, CC BY-SA, #newsKhedlxxfpb
Murray: “Adultery is evil no matter what you intend.” AMEN.
Cardinals and all the clergy that contradicts the catechism are leading catholics to sin and perdition ,just to be popular with the pope and those that like to ear these things
Jim Dorchak
@Uncle Joe I was thinking more in line with........................ firing squad.
Uncle Joe
Coccopalmerio is part of the homo lobby within the Vatican Deep State. He ought not to be trusted.