... having, at very long last, officially appeared in English (not, incidentally, the natural English of an Anglophone) has received some approval. I really can't see much wrong with it at all ... er ... except that I can't find any affirmation of the principle of the Church's Magisterium that adulterers need to refrain from Holy Communion (Familiaris consortio  para 84; Sacramentum Caritatis  para 29).
Perhaps this is time to re-examine the document called the Henotikon . It couldn't be called heretical because of what it said ... but how about what it didn't say at a time when it should have said it?
Was Pope Honorius a heretic? I'm not sure I can remember.
Some people still criticise Venerable Pius XII ... not for being antisemitic, but for lacking in public clarity with regard to the slaughter of millions of Jews ... is that right?
After 1950, would it have been an adequate expression of Catholic orthodoxy to say that our Lady's soul had been assumed into heavenly glory?