Chi sono i 45 critici dell’Amoris Laetitia

Il loro elenco non è stato immediatamente reso pubblico per il carattere riservato della iniziativa, direttamente rivolta al cardinale Angelo Sodano, decano del Sacro Collegio e ai 218 cardinali e patriarchi.

I firmatari del documento di critica all’Amoris laetitia, redatto da 45 teologi, filosofi, storici e pastori di anime non sono anonimi. Il loro elenco non è stato immediatamente reso pubblico per il carattere riservato della iniziativa, direttamente rivolta al cardinale Angelo Sodano, decano del Sacro Collegio e ai 218 cardinali e patriarchi. I firmatari chiedono ai cardinali, nella loro funzione di consiglieri ufficiali del Papa, «di inoltrare al Santo Padre la richiesta di ripudiare gli errori presenti nel documento in modo definitivo e finale, e di dichiarare autorevolmente che non è necessario che i credenti credano a quanto affermato dall’Amoris laetitia». Il documento, di 13 pagine, non è stato ancora pubblicato, mentre la lista dei firmatari è apparsa il 22 luglio sul National Catholic Reporter, da cui la riprendiamo.

Dr. Jose Tomas AlvaradoAssociate Professor, Institute of Philosophy, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.

Rev. Fr. Scott Anthony Armstrong PhDBrisbane Oratory in formation.

Rev. Claude Barthe, sacerdote e teologo francese.

Rev. Ray BlakeParish priest of the diocese of Arundel and Brighton.

Fr. Louis-Marie de Blignieres FSVFDoctor of Philosophy.

Dr. Philip BlosserProfessor of Philosophy, Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Archdiocese of Detroit.

Msgr. Ignacio Barreiro Carambula, STD, JDChaplain and Faculty Member of the Roman Forum.

Rev. Fr. Thomas Crean OP, STD, Holy Cross parish, Leicester.

Fr. Albert-Marie Crignion FSVF, Doctor designatus of Theology.

Roberto de MatteiProfessor of History of Christianity, European University of Rome.

Cyrille Dounot JCL, Professor of Law, the University of Auvergne, Ecclesiastical advocate, archdiocese of Lyon.

Fr. Neil Ferguson OP, MA, BD, Lecturer in sacred Scripture, Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford.

Dr. Alan Fimister STL, PhD, Assistant Professor of Theology, St. John Vianney Seminary, archdiocese of Denver.

Luke Gormally, Director Emeritus, The Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics Sometime Research Professor, Ave Maria School of Law, Ann Arbor, Michigan Ordinary Member, The Pontifical Academy for Life.

Carlos A. Casanova Guerra, Doctor of Philosophy, Full Professor of Universidad Santo Tomas de Chile.

Rev. Brian W. Harrison OS, MA, STD, Associate Professor of Theology (retired), Pontifical University of Puerto Rico; Scholar-in-Residence, Oblates of Wisdom Study Center, St. Louis, Missouri; Chaplain, St. Mary of Victories Chapel, St. Louis, Missouri.

Rev. Simon Henry BA (Hons), MA, Parish priest of the archdiocese of Liverpool.

Rev. John Hunwicke, Former Senior Research Fellow, Pusey House, Oxford; Priest of the Ordinariate of Our Lady ofWalsingham.

Peter A. Kwasniewski PhD, Philosophy, Professor, Wyoming Catholic College.

Dr. John R.T. Lamont STL, D.Phil

Fr. Serafino M. Lanzetta, PhDLecturer in Dogmatic Theology, Theological Faculty of Lugano, Switzerland, Priest in charge of St. Mary’s, Gosport, in the diocese of Portsmouth.

Dr. Anthony McCarthy, Visiting Lecturer in Moral Philosophy at the International Theological Institute, Austria.

Rev. Stephen Morgan D.Phil (Oxon), Lecturer & Tutor in Theology, Maryvale Higher Institute of Religious Sciences.

Don Alfredo Morselli STL, Parish priest of the archdiocese of Bologna.

Rev. Richard A. Munkelt PhD, Chaplain and Faculty Member, Roman Forum.

Fr. Aidan Nichols OP, PhD, Formerly John Paul II Lecturer in Roman Catholic Theology, University of Oxford, Prior of the Convent of St. Michael, Cambridge.

Fr. Robert Nortz MMA, STL, Director of Studies, Monastery of the Most Holy Trinity, Massachusetts (Maronite).

Rev. John Osman MA, STL, Parish priest in the archdiocese of Birmingham, former Catholic chaplain to the University of Cambridge

Christopher D. Owens STL (Cand.), Adjunct Instructor, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, St. John’s University (NYC), Director, St. Albert the Great Center for Scholastic Studies

Rev. David Palmer MA, Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, Chair of Marriage and Family Life Commission, Diocese of Nottingham

Dr. Paolo Pasqualucci, Professor of Philosophy (retired), University of Perugia

Dr. Claudio Pierantoni, Professor of Medieval Philosophy in the Philosophy Faculty of the University of Chile, Former Professor of Church History and Patrology at the Faculty of Theology of the PontificiaUniversidad Catolica de Chile, Member of the International Association of Patristic Studies

Fr. Anthony Pillari JCL (Cand.), Priest of the archdiocese of San Antonio, chaplain to Carmelite nuns

Prof. Enrico Maria Radaelli, International Science and Commonsense Association (ISCA), Department of Metaphysics of Beauty and Philosophy of Arts, Research Director

Dr. John C. Rao D.Phil (Oxford), Associate Professor of History, St. John’s University (NYC), Chairman, Roman Forum

Fr. Reginald-Marie Rivoire FSVFDoctor designatus of canon law

Rt. Rev. Giovanni Scalese CRSP, SThL, DPhil, Ordinary of Afghanistan

Dr. Joseph ShawFellow and Tutor in Philosophy at St. Benet’s Hall, Oxford University

Dr. Anna M. Silvas FAHA, Adjunct research fellow, University of New England, NSW, Australia

Michael G. Sirilla, PhD, Professor of Systematic and Dogmatic Theology, Franciscan University of Steubenville

Professor Dr. Thomas Stark, Phil.-Theol. Hochschule Benedikt XVI, Heiligenkreuz

Rev. Glen Tattersall, Parish priest, Parish of Bl. John Henry Newman, archdiocese of Melbourne, Rector, St. Aloysius’ Churchù

Giovanni TurcoProfessor of the Philosophy of Public Law, University of Udine

Fr. Edmund Waldstein OCist. Vice-Rector of the Leopoldinum seminary and lecturer in moral theology at the Phil.-Theol. HochschuleBenedikt XVI, Heiligenkreuz

Nicholas Warembourg, Professeur agrege des facultes de droit, Ecole de Droit de la Sorbonne – Universite Paris 1

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