Returning to the original theme of Amoris Laetitia - and let me preface this by saying yes I know that this is not an official response to the dubia and yes I know that Cardinal Coccopalmerio didn't even bother to show up - the official website of radio vaticana has a story regarding a press conference which took place today introducing a new booklet by Cardinal Coccopalmerio, published by the Vatican's official publishing house, on the subject of Amoris Laetitia.
In the absence of the Cardinal, the booklet was presented by "Father Maurizio Gronchi, theologian, professor at Rome’s Pontifical Urbaniana University and consultant at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and veteran journalist Orazio La Rocca, expert in Vatican affairs."
"La Rocca highlighted the document’s admonition to men of the Church not to condemn anyone forever, but to consider a pastoral approach towards people who have contracted a civil marriage, who are divorced and remarried, or simply living together but who are seeking to have their situation transformed into the full reality of marriage and family in conformity with the Gospel."
"'I had asked myself whether the doubts that had been raised regarding a possible violation of the Church’s doctrine could be founded; after reading this book it is clear that this is not so' he said."http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2017/02/14/amoris_laetitia_chap_8_explained_by_cardinal_coccopalmier/1292483
The article does not quote the booklet, however, Rorate Coeli provides the following excerpt:
"The divorced and remarried, de facto couples, those cohabiting, are certainly not models of unions in sync with Catholic Doctrine, but the Church cannot look the other way. Therefore, the sacraments of Reconciliation and of Communion must be given even to those so-called wounded families and to however many who, despite living in situations not in line with traditional matrimonial canons, express the sincere desire to approach the sacraments after an appropriate period of discernment... Yes, therefore, to admission to the sacraments for those who, despite living in irregular situations, sincerely ask for admission into the fullness of ecclesial life, it is a gesture of openness and profound mercy on the part of Mother Church, who does not leave behind any of her children, aware that absolute perfection is a precious gift, but one which cannot be reached by everyone."http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2017/02/important-francis-surrogate-to-answer.html