A page letter signed by 40 Catholic clergy and lay scholars was delivered to Pope Francis on August 11th. The letter, which is open to new signatories, now has the names of 62 clergy and lay scholars from 20 countries , who also represent others lacking the necessary freedom of speech. It states that the pope has, by his Apostolic Exhortation Amoris laetitia, and by other, related, words, deeds and omissions, effectively upheld 7 heretical positions about marriage, the moral life, and the reception of the sacraments, and has caused these heretical opinions to spread in the Catholic Church. These 7 heresies are expressed by the signatories in Latin, the official language of the Church. This letter of correction has 3 main parts.
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The de Haeresibus of Saint Augustine
Correctio filialis de haeresibus propagatis Latin : " Filial correction concerning propagated heresies" is an August 11, petition initially by 62 critics of Pope Francis , who argued that the pope propagated heresies , with regard to seven theological issues the authors identified in Amoris laetitia , an apostolic exhortation by Pope Francis dated March 29, and in other related statements. The authors released the twenty-five page document to the public on September 24, , stating they had received no response from the Holy See. The seven alleged corrections of doctrines and practices concerned: . Those signing the document included: .
Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo: De haeresibus (CPL 314) [Latin]
Tertullianus ergo, sicut scripta eius indicant, animam dicit immortalem quidem, sed eam corpus esse contendit: neque hanc tantum, sed ipsum etiam Deum . Posset enim quoquo modo putari ipsam naturam substantiamque divinam corpus vocare; non tale corpus cuius partes aliae majores, aliae minores valeant vel debeant cogitari, qualia sunt omnia quae proprie dicimus corpora; quamvis de anima tale aliquid sentiat: sed potuit, ut dixi, propterea putari corpus Deum dicere, quia non est nihil, non est inanitas, non est corporis vel animae qualitas, sed ubique totus, et per locorum spatia nulla partitus, in sua tamen natura atque substantia immutabiliter permanet. Non ergo ideo est Tertullianus factus haereticus; sed quia transiens ad Cataphrygas, quos ante destruxerat, coepit etiam secundas nuptias contra apostolicam doctrinam 1 Tim. Now then, as his writings indicate, Tertullian says that the soul is indeed immortal, but contends it is a body. He maintains that this is true not only of the soul, but also of God himself. However they say that this is not the reason why he became a heretic.