The priest’s job is to tell people not to sin, not to tell them to discover reasons why their sin is not sinful for them.
The cardinal criticized the argument, advanced by Synod fathers such as Archbishop Cupich, that the Church should give Communion to people in sinful situations if they believe they are sinning 'in good conscience.'
Pope Francis must 'rebuke' pastoral guidelines that allow adulterers to receive Communion, the bishops write.
The priest was believed to be the first suspended for opposed the alleged 'new doctrine' of Amoris Laetitia.
According to parishioners, Don Alessandro Maria Minutella was removed by the bishop in Palermo, Italy, for refusing to give communion to those in adulterous relationships.