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Today, 12 September, the Spanish-speaking Catholic website Infovaticana published an important report about Cardinal Carlo Caffarra. It is of such worthiness that Giuseppe Nardi, the Vatican specialist of the German website Katholisches.info, has already reported on this story, which affirms that the dubia cardinals are being regularly monitored.
Gabriel Ariza, the journalist writing for Infovaticana, reports how a few months ago he himself had visited at his home in Bologna the recently deceased dubia cardinal, Carlo Caffarra. First, he describes the modest apartment in which Cardinal Caffarra had lived since his retirement, in 2015, as Archbishop of Bologna:
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I must say that I was deeply moved by the simplicity with which the cardinal lived. Caffarra occupied a small apartment in one of the buildings of the seminary of Bologna. An apartment that needed a good renovation, with walls full of holes and hanging wires, and a heating system more than deficient. In Bologna, a cold city, Caffarra spent his hours surrounded by books, letters and papers, and he kept responding to any of the letters or emails he received from all over the world.
On the occasion of his visit, Cardinal Caffarra spoke with Ariza about many important topics, to include the message from Sister Lucia of Fatima concerning the struggle about marriage and the family, about the crisis stemming from Amoris Laetitia, as well as the subsequent publication of the dubia. While he maintained that he would rather be called a man who is having an affair with another man rather than to be considered an “enemy of the pope,” Cardinal Caffarra made it clear that there have been in the last decades, since Pope Paul VI, some unfortunate developments with regard to the papacy. Ariza reports, as follows:
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One of the things that most worried him [Caffarra] was the conception that some...
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