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John Paul II's document on the laity, The Lay Members of Christ's Faithful People, was very radical.
He urged local church officials to take into account the "good of the universal church" and "detriment that granting the dispensation can provoke within the community of Christ's faithful, particularly considering the young age".
Of note is the fact that the desire for this practice proceeded neither from the supreme authority of the Church, which was opposed to it (see Memoriale Domini), nor from the ranks of Christ's faithful, but rather from "middle management".
27, John Paul and Karekin signed a common declaration pledging to "pray and work to hasten the day of communion among all the members of Christ's faithful flock, with due regard for our respective sacred traditions.
In order to safeguard the integrity of faith and morals, pastors of the Church have the duty and the right to ensure that in writings or in the use of the means of social communication, there should be no ill effect on the faith and morals of Christ's faithful.
Marie Farrell uses the theology of Yves Congar to discuss "priestly identity and the function of Christ's faithful.