Please take the time to watch the brief, historic interview all the way through.
“You can’t have a maturation of a teaching which is a rupture from that teaching, which is a breaking away from that teaching,” said Burke. “Cardinal Schonborn’s remarks in that regard do not reflect what is called development of doctrine—in other words, through the Church’s reflection she deepens her appreciation of a teaching and, and helps the faithful to practice that teaching. This case, it’s a question of complete rupture in the teaching of the Church, a complete going away from what the Church has always taught and practiced. And that you can’t call a maturation.”