The 16th century Council of Trent pronounced the first universal catechism of the Roman Catholic Church. In 1992, St. Pope John Paul the Second promulgated our current universal version, an historic achievement. But one with its own novelties and anomalies. Now, the Pope is proposing his own changes to the Catechism but changes, arguably, that cannot be reconciled with 2000 years of Catholic teaching and tradition. How can a catechism be revised to that extent? Dr Kwasniewski explored this and other thorny and contentious issues facing Catholics today in his June 14 talk.
Dr. Kwasniewski has posted his remarks at: https://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2019/06/what-good-is-changing-catechism.html