If I wanted to form a religious community I would need to have it approved by the Vatican.
Would they approve the community if I interpreted all magisterial documents assuming simply, that hypothetical cases are hypothetical and not explicit in 2016.So Lumen Gentium 16 would be a hypothetical and theoretical reference to someone who is not personally known.
This would be the difference between my community and all the existing communities today which have the approval of the Vatican.
With new rules on forming religious communities, I ask myself what if they allowed the Franciscans of the Immaculate to leave as they wish.These are the priests who want to offer only the Traditional Latin Mass. They are not being given permission to do so. Neither are they allowed to leave the community.
Now with the new rules announced, suppose the Vatican says that the Franciscan of the Immaculate, priests and friars are free to leave and join another community or form a new community.
Would they approve the new community if the Franciscans interpreted all magisterial documents assuming that hypothetical cases are hypothetical and not explicit in 2016? So Lumen Gentium 16 would be a hypothetical and theoretical reference to someone who is not personally known?