After the publication of the post-synodal exhortation Amoris Laetitia (cf. n. 304), does one still need to regard as valid the teaching of St. John Paul II’s encyclical Veritatis Splendor n. 79, based on Sacred Scripture and on the Tradition of the Church, on the existence of absolute moral norms that prohibit intrinsically evil acts and that are binding without exceptions?
Please note that i sincerely affirm that the answer is for all i know personally relevant for me, in that some decisions i will or might make might depend upon what the answer is, hence, it would be helpful to have some feedback/answers; please note also that i will not engage discussions about why and ifs of the previous sentence as i have sufficient confidence about the relevance.
Please also note that this question is verbatim one of the recent published dubia in respect to AL; please also note that while the answer might or might not be relevant to the discussion about pastoral care in respect to divorced and remarried, that it is at least relevant to other issues; and as my interest in this question does stem from such other issue, the discussion of the questions about divorced and remarried are from my intent with the question here superflous.
Please also note, that whatever motive lead to formulating and publishing the questions on side of the authors, is probably different from my motive; therefore, please try to avoid answering the question as if this were just the same as if had asked about evaluation of the dubia as a whole and the respective issues.
Please also note, that i consider this to be a yes/no question; hence, a poll; as some might find that insufficient, i added further options.
edit: i choose no answer option, so people reading this first know where my vote went.