Third in Vatican’s Communication Office, Paloma Garcia refused to believe answer by Francis to letter from Argentinian bishops on divorced and remarried
At first hearing it, Paloma Garcia Ovejero did not believe journalist at a Roman lunch.
The awkwardness of the doctoring of Pope Emeritus Benedict’s letter still fresh, it is worth re considering the shock that the letter written by Pope Francis to the Bishops of Buenos Aires produced not only in the so-called “rigorists” but also in the same Vatican’s Communications office.
“The writing is very good and fully explicates the meaning of chapter VIII. There are no other interpretations.” With these words Pope Francis, endorsed a note from the bishops of the region of Buenos Aires who in interpreting the post synodal apostolic exhortation “Amoris Laetitia” admitted the possibility of Eucharistic communion for the divorced and remarried who continue to cohabit “more uxorio.”
Paloma García-O: “How odd that we do not know about it, ok, alrigt”
At a Sunday Lunch on 11 September 2016 in Rome, a lightning stroke Paloma Garcia Ovejero, the third on command of the Vatican Communications ship as she did not know about the letter sent to the Pope by the Bishops of the region of Buenos Aires, nor about the answer sent by him endorsing their opinion.
García Ovejero refused to believe my story that two days earlier, 9 September 2016, an Australian journalist had asked Jose Granados, vice president of the Pontifical Theological Institute John Paul II, about the content of the letter of the Pope to his brothers the Bishops in Buenos Aires. The lunch was in the
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