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Vatican Retreats: Encyclical Ghostwriter: Pope Francis ‘Did Not Intend to Canonize’ Scientific Theories – ‘The Church has no competence on the technical and scientific level’

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In a recent interview, Bishop Mario Toso, who co-wrote the first draft of the papal encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si’, denied that Pope Francis had any intention of “canonizing” scientific theories regarding climate change, but only wished to assert his authority on the moral level.

 

Toso, who was secretary of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace at the time of the drafting of the encyclical, said that in the encyclical letter the Pope sought to offer “reflections on the anthropological and ethical issues” related to the care of creation, but that he did not wish to “impose” the results of scientific studies on anyone or to confer his moral authority on scientific opinions.

 

“Everyone knows that many opinions today considered ‘scientific’ are not irrefutable or incontrovertible,” he said.

 

“The Church has no competence on the technical and scientific level,” he said, “but rather on the anthropological and ethical levels that relate to scientific phenomenology

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