From a interview granted to Italian public radio by heresiarch Hans Küng, who, "in his writings, has departed from the integral truth of Catholic faith, and therefore ... can no longer be considered a Catholic theologian nor function as such in a teaching role" (Declaration of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Dec. 15, 1979) - source, in Italian:
The pope who was supposed to have reunited with the Traditionalists has broken tradition... [by resigning]It is not a complete rupture, we are aware of the precedent of Celestine V, but there is undoubtedly a rupture...
I now hope that this Conclave be a Conclave of reflections on the grave problems of the Church. Beginning, obviously, with the problem of its structure, still too authoritatian, too vertical. The Cardinals should in my opinion reflect on the need for collegiality, as foreseen by Vatican II.
Then there is the problem of woman and sex. It is necessary to reflect on the themes of sexuality, finally overcoming what is stated in the encyclical Humanae Vitae, and the problem of the role of women in the Church. It is not possible anymore that the Church consider the woman as a second-class being.
Woman, a second-class being in the Church