Is Limbo Still a Thing in Catholicism?

Michael Lofton answers whether the Catholic Church still teaches the doctrine of limbo, that is, that infants who die without baptism go to a place of perfect natural happiness. He also engages the radical traditionalists who claim that limbo has been dogmatized by Florence and then addresses Fr. Thomas Reese’s use of the International Theological Commission to claim that Pope Benedict XVI reversed the Catholic Church’s teaching on limbo.

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