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Can the Catechism of the Catholic Church evolve?

“A tradition, if it is not to die, must express its convictions in the language of the time: a language that will, therefore, be new.” “Evangelical values enter the consciousness of human beings over time,” adds the Jesuit theologian Bernard Sesboüé, “and the Church has sometimes had to follow a long road in order to increasingly clarify the element of ‘infallible truth’”.