200-year-old, London-based The Spectator: "Cut & Paste" Archbishop Víctor Manuel Fernández "enjoys No Great Reputation as a Theologian; in Conservative circles he is regarded as a Joke Figure"
The Spectator, the oldest weekly magazine in the world, in 2016 wrote that the "not especially distinguished liberal theologian" Archbishop Víctor Manuel Fernández was apparently a " cut and paste" writer who "enjoys no great reputation as a theologian; in conservative circles he is regarded as a joke figure":
Here is a link to Magister’s post, which deserves to be read in full.
V. M. Fernández, “La dimensión trinitaria de la moral. II. Profundización del aspecto ético a la luz de ‘Deus caritas est’,” in “Teología” 43 no. 89, 2006, pp. 133-163. 2006: 156
Saint Thomas recognized that someone could have grace and charity, but without being able to exercise well one of the virtues “propter aliquas dispositiones contrarias” (ST I-II 65, 3, ad 2). This does not mean that he does not possess all the virtues, but rather that he cannot manifest clearly the existence of one of them because the external action of this virtue encounters difficulties from contrary dispositions: “Certain saints are said not to possess certain virtues, in so far as they experience difficulty in the acts of those virtues, even though they have the habits of all the virtues” (ibid., ad 3).
Pray an Our Father now for reparation for the sins committed because of Francis’s Amoris Laetitia.