African bishop on polygamy, homosexuality & divorce (oh my).

This Commonweal article has a link to the Aleteia website for the full interview in the first sentence.  It is well worthwhile to read both articles.  I found it interesting that the supposedly conservative cohort of African bishops has a renegade among them.  His thought on all of this are quite interesting.  The synod this fall certainly is starting to shape up to be an interesting one!!..Reyanna

By Grant Gallicho, March 4, 2015, Commonweal online

In a wide-ranging, at points jaw-dropping interview with Aleteia, Archbishop Charles Palmer-Buckle of Accra, Ghana, signaled his openness to finding a way for remarried Catholics to be readmitted to Communion–and suggested the church might reinterpret Scripture to allow the “unbinding” of marriages. Palmer-Buckle, who is sixty-four years old, was selected by his brother bishops to represent Ghana at this October’s Synod on the Family. Early in the interview, the archbishop makes it clear that he takes seriously Pope Francis’s call for open discussion of the challenges facing Catholic families today. (To continue reading, click here.)

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