Pope Francis: People who are fixed on the ordination of viri probati or female deacons will be disappointed with the letter "Querida Amazonia"
Vatican (kath.net) Pope Francis in a conversation with some US bishops from Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming on Monday during the "ad limina" visit made it clear that people fixated on ordaining viri probati or female deacons, will be disappointed by the post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation "Querida Amazonia". The letter will be published tomorrow, Wednesday. This is reported by CNS.
Bishop Oscar Solis of Salt Lake City informed the agency that the Pope did not provide any details about "Querida Amazonia", but made it clear that he did not currently believe in the ordination of viri probati. The discussion about this should not be over, however. The Pope also warned the bishops that many in the avoidance are only focused on these two points. For him, however, the focus is on the social, pastoral, ecological and cultural challenge.
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