From the Catechesis:Kiko says the contrary (p. 124): "Doesn't it seem better to you to have a figure who is more human [Arianism] because, after all, anything else would not be attainable. How can we possibly imitate him if our human nature is weak and fallen? Jesus isn't at all an ideal for life; Jesus didn't come to give us his example." On p. 126 he says,"People think that with his life, his death, and above all with his suffering Jesus has given us an example so that we will do the same. For these people, Jesus is an ideal, a role model, an example... Not so!"
I placed the page numbers in bold to show that Kiko's quotes were deliberately taken out of context to mislead people. The jungle went from page 124 to 126. Why did they skip page 125?
These passages came from the Catechetical Directory, which was APPROVED by the Vatican in 2010. If there was anything heretical in any of the passage of the Catechetical Directory, it would not have been approved by the Vatican.