Comments from the blog Vox Cantoris :Amoris Laetitia: Anatomy of a Pontifical Debacle
Patrick Archbold also had an article on the Remnant website. This may help you:
Patrick Archbald too(like Chris Ferrara) has missed the point.
He says the document is a lie.
But why is it a lie,what is the precise theological error to make it a lie?
Schonborn would say there is a development since there are exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus and there are exceptions to mortal sin.
Both Patrick and Chris would agree with him!
There are exceptions for all of them!
There were exceptions for Archbishop Lefebvre. There are still exceptions for the SSPX bishop.
Did you notice that Cardinal Burke said that AL was based on the general teachings of the Church.
While Pope Francis praised Cardinal Schonborn for his theology.
Patrick Archbold and Chris Ferrara are using the new theology.
So they cannot see through the basic error.
AL says there are known exceptions to the traditional understanding of mortal sin (301).
I say there are no known exceptions. There cannot be known exceptions for us human beings.
Similarly on faith ( salvation) I say there are no known exceptions in 2016 to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
This is not a personal view. This is common sense.
Here are in this link some of the people who agree with me.
Archbishop Thomas Gullickson, John Martigioni and Fr.P. Stefano Visintin OSB, Dean of the Faculty of Theology at the Pontifical University St.Anselm agree with me : there are no visible exceptions.
Fr.Hunwicke and Pat Archbald are not aware of the irrational premise and conclusion in Amoris Laeitia 301.Fr.John Hunwicke and Patrick Archbold expect the SSPX to also compromise the Faith with the irrational premise and conclusion
Without the irrational premise i.e known exceptions to mortal sin, knowing who will go to Heaven inspite of being in mortal sin.So the real issue with extra ecclesiam nulla salus and Vatican Council II is whether you are interpreting them with or without the irrational premise
Amoris Laetitia's known-exceptions- moral theology is part of the policy at EWTN and NCR. Even Cardinal Burke, Fr.Z and Joseph Shaw (LMS Chairman) accept it.
EWTN's website like the NCR editorial policy assumes the dead in Heaven are living and visible exceptions to the interpretation of Fr.Leonard Feeneyhttp://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2015/01/ewtns-website-like-ncr-editorial-policy.html
It's a lie to say that there are known exceptions to the traditional teaching on salvation and morals and then to make a new theology based on this lie.Dan Burke,Jeanette DeMelo' s NCR Editorial policy promotes a lie
Bishop Robert J.Baker approves the irrational interpretation of EWTN/NCR speakers and writers ?