Cardinal Gerhard Müller has called the controversial Vatican declaration Fiducia Supplicans a “failed document” that needs to be “rewritten.”
He said that “now the African churches, Catholic churches, are the leaders in this way of the correction of a failed document.”
“And I think we cannot really devise [that] the Africans are only saying that [because] of their culture … this aspect is better than our decadence culture in the West.”
He stressed that it is “a very important moment in [the] Church history that now the Africans are entering the place and taking over the leadership in the Catholic Church, and it is a very good thing they are doing,” Müller stated.
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