Sometimes Crud gets it right. This time is occasioned by the publishing of a commentary by Michael Pakaluk, professor at Catholic University of America. He is troubled by the obvious input of Archbishop Victor Fernandez. He points out that several of the passages in AL, including some from Chapter 8, were lifted almost verbatum from earlier writings done by Fernandez. Apparently the same can be said for some passages from both Evangelii Gaudeum and Laudato Si.
I've written a bit about Fernandez before; see this anthology of posts. For obvious reasons, he could well be nick-named "bishop kissy-mouth". At any rate, Pakaluk delves more into the errors of Fernandez's statements and his misquotes of prior church writings in an attempt to justify the twisted conclusions embedded in Amoris Laetitia. Pakaluk therefore suggests that "Amoris needs to be taken back to the shop" and while they're at it, to address the other ambiguities broached by the dubia. Agreed.