COMMENTARY: Our Lord’s submission to death and his subsequent resurrection, even if they do not explain fully or answer all our questions concerning the suffering of the innocent, do comfort and encourage us.
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COMMENTARY: The Venezuelan cardinal highlights the flaws in the proposal to ordain married men, which continues to be promoted during the Pan-Amazonian synod process.
SPECIAL TO THE REGISTER: The archbishop emeritus of Caracas, Venezuela, points to the key to revitalizing the Church.
COMMENTARY: The Synod for Amazonia: Comments Concerning the Instrumentum Laboris; Part 3 of a Series
Intervention upholds teaching on access to the Eucharist, draws on the teachings of scripture and past popes.
Reception of Communion for divorced-remarried Catholics, the role of bishops’ conferences and whether the synod will result in a final document are central concerns.
Speaking with the Register, the Venezuelan synod father emphasized that pastoral practices that effectively change Church doctrine are not acceptable at the national or regional level.
Venezuelan Cardinal Jorge Urosa Savino said the letter ‘is a very small thing compared with the wonderful work that’s being done by the almost 400 people working at the synod.’