The two popes have tried to change Church teaching; the constant teaching of the magisterium.Pope Francis has attempted it on moral theology and Pope Benedict on salvation theology.
Both have used the philosophy of subjectivism.This was noticed by Fr. Matthias Guadron of the SSPX Germany, with reference to Amoris Laetitia.However no one has pointed out the same subjectivism in the interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus (EENS) by Pope Benedict.
For Pope Francis and Cardinal Schonborn there are known exceptions to manifest mortal sin.For Pope Benedict there are known exceptions to the dogma on all needing to be incorporated into the Church to avoid Hell(for salvation).
For Pope Francis we can subjectively know when a divorced and remarried Catholic can receive the Eucharist.For Pope Benedict we can subjectively know of a baptism of desire case without the baptism of water, who has been saved or will be saved.
So with this subjectivism, 'the constant teaching of the magisterium' has been changed.For both the popes there are 'practical exceptions' to traditional teachings on faith and morals.
Pope Francis' moral theology in Amoris Laetitia contradicts the moral encyclical Veritatis Splendor, approved by Pope Benedict when he was the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.Even though it contradicts the Fundamental Option Theory and a mortal sin being objectively being a mortal sin, as mentioned in Veritatis Splendor, Pope Benedict says nothing about Amoris Laeititia.
Pope Benedict in his new book, according to a report, has disclosed he was a progressivist at Vatican Council II.He rejected the Scholasticism models which were presented.We also now know that he supported the New Theology based on an irrational premise and conclusion. He set guidlines so that seminarians and priests would not mention Hell in their homilies.During his pontificate priests in general did not speak of mortal sin and Hell.They also gave the Eucharist to men and women wearing short pants and other immodestly dressed clothes.This is a mortal sin before the very eyes of the priests giving the Eucharist and continues to be a scandal.
A priest to whom I spoke to about this said he did not want to give the Eucharist to immodestly dressed Catholics at Mass,but he had to do so out of obedience to his superiors.
The priests have to obey the two popes who have to obey the Masons and the Jewish Left.The Left supports same sex marriages, abortion, immodesty in clothes, pornography and other things approved by Satan.
The Catholic laity at Mass in Italian silently and helplessly watch all this.Then it is not known who among the lay congregation are not really Catholics, but are infiltrators. They belong to some secret society and are there at Mass on assignment and in obedience to someone who is not a Catholic.-Lionel Andrades