Speaking about the "Dubia" some little while ago, PF said that these questions had been published in the Press before being submitted to him. He described this action as "not ecclesial".
(Here we have to decide whether Cardinal Burke and his associates are liars for saying that the text was sent to PF long before its publication, or PF the liar for claiming the opposite. Having on a number of occasions had the privilege of Cardinal Burke's company, I have my own judgement about who the liar is. Others will naturally have their own good reasons for judging differently. But this little detail is not what I am discussing this morning.)
We now have a former Nuncio to these kingdoms reported as saying that a strong letter will be sent to the Pope "tomorrow" urging the pretended ordination of women to sacerdotal ministries.
Presumably, PF will draw this person's attention to the teaching of S John Paul II, expressive of the infallible Ordinary Magisterium, in Ordinatio Sacerdotalis.
Presumably he will also point out how "unecclesial" it was for this initiative to be be made public before being sent to him.
Presumably some of the venom unleashed upon another retired Nuncio, Archbishop Vigano, who went "off-message", will be be made generously available to this retired Nuncio, who has rubbished the infallible teaching of the Church he was ordained to serve.