The "communication of attributes" (communicatio idiomatum) is the idea in Christianity that what can be said of one of Christ's natures can be said of his person. But Lutheranism, in a doctrine termed "genus maiestaticum," goes further and says that attributes of the divine nature are attributes not only of his person but also of his human nature. In my tradition (reformed Presbyterian) this idea is roundly rejected and condemned. Do Orthodoxy or Catholicism say anything about it?
It's not sufficient to point to general teachings of either church. To answer my question, the teachings must somehow be a response to or an interaction with Lutheranism. But you needn't be too stringent on finding an "official source," just so long as it's not Joe Schmoe Catholic interviewed at 7-11.