Cardinal Levada looking at theology in India

Cardinal Levada is currently heading a Vatican delegation to India to meet with theologians and Bishops. Cardinal Oswald Gracias, president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India said:
“We are discussing the role of the Indian theologians as responsible theologians”
CathNews Asia has a report: CDF studies role of Indian theologians. One of the participants who wished to remain anonymous, told CathNews that
"The pluralistic theologians have begun to dilute Christianity as one of the many religions to go to God. In this context, such a colloquium could become an alerting occasion,"
Another theologian said that the colloquium would discuss the document Agendi ratio in doctrinarum examine (Regulations for doctrinal examination) which was issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. This document deals with the process of examining writings that are thought to contain serious errors, a process that is part of the duty of the CDF to protect "the right of the People of God to receive the Gospel message in its purity and entirety."

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