Chaput says for Communion, divorced/remarried, [cohabitors and homosexuals] must live chastely
Pope Francis exchanged the sign of peace with Archbishop Chaput during the closing Mass of the 2015 World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia.
[Until his friend Pope Francis applies his policy toward “ultraconservatives” such as Archbishop Chaput (“You remove a nail by applying pressure upwards. Or you tranquilize them, put them to the side, when they reach retirement age”) by appointing a new archbishop in the style of Chicago’s Cupich who says “Conscience Decides Who Can Receive Communion“?]
July 5, 2016
According to a new set of pastoral guidelines for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia governing implementation of Pope Francis’ Amoris Laetitia, divorced and civilly remarried Catholics, people living together outside of marriage, and same-sex couples are eligible for Communion only if they “refrain from sexual intimacy” and that they cannot hold positions of responsibility in a parish or perform liturgical functions.