The Catholic Herald reports a fine homily by Bishop Stephen Lopes, Ordinary of the American Ordinariate, upon the Vigano controversy. (Readers will remember the robust statement, drawing extensively upon authentically Anglican tradition, which his Lordship put out after Amoris laetitia).
I can only speak for myself when I say how gratified I am that Bishop Stephen is again manifestly within the Catholic Anglican tradition of speaking the Truth, even at times when High Authority does not wish to hear it. This is one of the things which Anglican Patrimony means.
He also explains (as I have done on this blog) that the recent change to the Catechism on the question of Capital Punishment is not formally heretical because it does not describe Capital Punishment as intrinsece malum.
Readers may care to recall that, because of his ten years in the service of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Bishop Lopes is well situated to know what the mice were whispering behind the panelling of the Palace of the Holy Office during some of the years to which Archbishop Vigano's narrative refers.