It is the very same idea of sin that ceases to be, while the old Lutheran idea of mercy anathematized by the Council of Trent rises again. In the Canons on Justification published on January 13th, 1547 we read: « If any one shall say that justifying faith is nothing else than confidence in the divine mercy » (can. 12); « that Christ Jesus was given of God to men, as a redeemer in whom to trust, and not also as a legislator whom to obey » (can. 21); « that there is no mortal sin but that of infidelity » (can. 27), « let him be anathema ». [here (italian) ]
It's not true that Bergoglio didn't talk in the two weeks of the Synod. In the morning homilies at Santa Maria he hammered every day the zealous traditionalists, those who overburden men with unbearable weights, those who have only certainties and no doubts, the very same whom he pounced on in the last speech with the Synodal fathers. [...] Pope Francis and his lieutenants, from Forte and Spadaro to the Argentinian Archbishop Víctor Manuel Fernández, hit their target when they let this explosive issue enter the highest levels of the Catholic Church. We'll see what will happen next. Because that's how Bergoglio's revolution works: "it is long-term, not having the obsession of immediate results". Because "what matters is to begin processes instead of occupying spaces". These are words from the Evangelii gaudium, the program of his pontificate.
NOW OR NEVER.