To the average person — or the willing priest or bishop — it doesn’t matter that the exhortation didn’t change doctrine. If they’re given permission to ignore doctrine through “pastoral” justifications, they will. -Steve Skojec
Amoris Laetitia is using the new moral theology of the Catechism of the Catholic Church which suggests that there are known exceptions to traditional moral theology( mortal sin) and salvation theology( extra ecclesiam nulla salus).
So Pope Francis, Pope Benedict and Cardinal Burke assume they are following the traditional moral teachings of the Catholic Church which you also accept in the Catechism(1992).
So doctrine has been changed. Pope Benedict confirmed it last month in a statement given to Avvenire on extra ecclesiam nulla salus. He said there were exceptions and so EENS was no more like in the 16th century. Now we have Amoris Laetitiae which says there are exceptions to acouple living in mortal sin ( irregular situation).He indicates the concept of mortal sin held in the 16th century is there no more.
So why do you say there is no change in doctrine ?
Cardinal Raymond Burke ignores the new moral theology upon which Amoris Laetitia is based since he and Pope Benedict use the same irrational theology.