This leads straight to my Third point:
According to the Catechism, three general rules apply to making judgements in conscience, the last one is:
"1789 ...charity always proceeds by way of respect for one's neighbor and his conscience: "Thus sinning against your brethren and wounding their conscience . . . you sin against Christ." Therefore "it is right not to . . . do anything that makes your brother stumble."Since Pope Francis returned from Brazil and during this "year of mercy", many priests, bishops, cardinals and even the Pope have said and done many things that legitimize sin and contradict "the Church's ... teaching".
In the name of the PRIMACY OF CONSCIENCE, they are in fact promoting the PRIMACY OF ERRONEOUS JUDGEMENT; in the name of a false mercy they contradict the true works of spiritual mercy.
They will themselves have much to answer for in the day of their judgment, let's hope their consciences wake up and see the light before the end.