COMMENTARY: The synodal process would do better to study him, rather than reduce him to a slogan.
COMMENTARY: Without explicit clarification, the synthesis document of the recent Synod on Synodality seems to teeter on a Protestant understanding of ministry, where all ministry flows from baptism, and a correspondingly Protestant ecclesiology, which is essentially baptismal and only secondarily Eucharistic, if at all.
COMMENTARY: On the 60th anniversary of their deaths, it’s clear it was Lewis who was truly prophetic — for he offered an apologetic for Christ, not for man’s own mastery of the future.
COMMENTARY: It is hard not to read ‘Ad Theologiam Promovendam’ as a doubling down on the kind of theology that emerged at the Synod on Synodality.
A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: Indi Gregory is another victim of the culture of death in Western nations where doctors rely on a ‘quality-of-life’ test, against parents’ will, to pass judgment on a human being’s worthiness for continued earthly existence.