Are we bound to give "religious assent of mind and will" (Cf. Lumen Gentium 25) to magisterial error?

In 2014, Fr. Ripperger published a short book that directly dealt with this issue (See "Magisterial Authority"). The book lists the conditions under which the answer to the title question is ... no.

During the month of August, several people have posted about this following the L'Osservatore Romano's article that tried to sweep Amoris Laetitia's errors under the Lumen Gentium 25's rug: Ryan Grant at Unam Sanctam Catholicam, Catholic Culture's Jeff Mirus; Fr. José Maria Iraburu of Infocatólica (in spannish); ...

Fr. Iraburu exposes the flawed (circular) logic of the L'Osservatore Romano's article and notes that none of Amoris Laetitia's defenders attempt to respond to the list of errors that have been uncovered and published.

[BTW, another extensive critique of Amoris Laetitia has been published in France.]

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