The commission has issued a doctrinal note on a book by Fr José María Vigil CMF, called
Teología del pluralismo religioso. Curso sistemático de Teología Popular. Essentially, the doctrinal note applies the teaching of the excellent Declaration Dominus Iesus of the congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on the unicity and salvific universality of Jesus Christ and the Church, which was issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith in 2000. (I have been going through this in detail recently with my class at Parkminster.)
Here is a quotation that is of interest (my translation):
The attempted union between theory and praxis [i.e. the author's use of "see, judge, act"], seems nevertheless conditioned by incorrect methodological presuppositions, such as the uncritical assumption of a rationalist philosophy which denies de facto the real possibility of the intervention of God in history. the reading and interpretation of Holy Scripture outside the ecclesial Tradition, the hermeneutic of Vatican II in terms of rupture, the negation of the Magisterium as authentic interpreter of the Word of God written and transmitted, a relativist conception of the religious phenomenon, a sociological understanding of the Church and an ideological presentation of the History of evangelisation.