Fr Hardon SJ wrote the Catholic Dictionary - a reliable dictionary anyway. He also helped write the CCC and is highly regarded. The above is his definition of doctrine. It would seem to indicate that we must always believe doctrine equally. Catholic Culture has Father Hardon's dictionary. This corrects what I had thought.
What this thread is about, however, is what the Holy Father holds to be true for himself personally and what he advocates we all believe and not challenge. The thread raises the thinking that it is most unwise to correct and amend what the Holy Father holds to himself to be true for himself - and advocates we all do the same.
The teaching authority, The Magisterium, comprises the Pope and Bishops all in agreement and therefore not incorporated in this thread.
More schools are moving to limit or outright ban the use of cellphones inside and outside the classroom.
mobile phones pose a serious challenge in terms of distraction, disruptive behavior, and bullying.
the presence of smartphones in the classroom – and constant notifications from apps – has been blamed for causing disruption, as well as fuelling cyber-bullying and thefts. In June, Finland became the latest country to ban phones in class in a bid to reverse a decline in exam results.
The following month, a major United Nations report recommended smartphones should be banned to improve learning and tackle classroom disruption and cyberbullying.