Hello! I am a Catholic bookstore owner, and while I realize that the Vatican no longer has a list of banned books, is it not true that the Church can reserve the right to prohibit the faithful in matters of obedience from reading particular publications?
The reason I ask? I am finding out that apparently there is a “moratorium” on the writings of Louisa Piccaretta ( Oh I hope I spelled that right!). I really need some guidance on this. Interestingly, though I generally have only Catholic books in my store, I do carry, for instance, the writing of Todd Burpo’s which we know as “Heaven is For Real”, written by a Methodist. So it is interesting to see that a moratorium had been placed on publication or dissemination of Piccaretta’s works? Just not sure of the moral implications for me as a business in this situation. Can anyone give guidance or elaborate on this matter?