Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer of Regensburg was among those present in Berlin, signaling the Church’s commitment to the cause.
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The bishop of Limburg and chairman of the German bishops’ conference said he sees no Vatican obstacles getting in the way of German Synodal Way ambitions.
In all, 15 abuse victims, together with friends and family members, arrived in Rome this week after setting off on bicycles on May 6 from Munich, the capital of Bavaria in southern Germany.
ANALYSIS: What does the Central Committee for German Catholics’ demand that the bishops lose their ‘veto power’ in the upcoming Synodal Committee say about the underlying status of the local Church’s synodal project?
Pope Francis and other Church leaders have expressed serious concerns about plans to create a permanent synodal council for the German Church.
COMMENTARY: The pastoral constitution called for engaging the world in ‘the light of the Gospel,’ but some initiatives in the Church today seek to subvert the faith to the spirit of modernity.
Bishop Voderholzer launched a website in September presenting alternative texts for the Synodal Way.