I will wait till the entire relatio
is translated, but a quick glance at some translated excerpts show, at least, that sodomy was not glorified, that communion for the divorced was not proposed or approved outright etc. For that, Deo Gratias. Link
Let's look at the entire text when it becomes available.
But even in terms of actual graces, the Holy Ghost can grant or refuse to grant them to whosoever he chooses, so it's not always true "the Holy Spirit pours gifts and charisms in [all of] them for the good of all."
That's a non sequitur. Without actual grace, there is no hope or possibility of conversion and return to sanctifying grace. Since the Holy Ghost wills "that all men be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth", He does not deny to adulterers the light and actual grace to repent of their sins and live in accord with the law of God. But it is terribly and wretchedly formulated, yes.