NEWS ANALYSIS: Some Synod on Synodality Participants Seem Intent on Radically Altering the Way the Church Teaches
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Sister Josée Ngalula, a voting member at the ongoing Synod on Synodality, criticized ‘Spirt Unbounded’ organizers for not disclosing the conference’s push for ‘women’s ordination’ and ‘same-sex marriage’ when they asked her to contribute.
Synod on Synodality: ‘Experts and Facilitators’ Include Controversial Figures — Who Could Play Major Role?
NEWS ANALYSIS: They don’t have a vote, but the group of 62 could influence proceedings through regulating discussion and amplifying preferred viewpoints.
The enduring nature of Catholic doctrine is a testament to its timelessness and truth.
On the occasion of the release of his autobiographical book retracing the last 50 years of the history of the Church, retired Archbishop André-Joseph Léonard discusses the great challenges of our time.
What were the high and low points of 2022? What developments will continue into 2023 — and beyond? And what New Year’s resolution should the whole Church make?
EDITORIAL: By failing to ground the ‘diversity of opinions’ it presents in a foundation of sound doctrine, the process risks unmooring itself from Christ and his Church.
New Pew Research Study: Churchgoing Catholics Disapprove of Limits on Traditional Latin Mass, But Pope Francis Still Popular
The Pew Research Center’s survey of 6,485 U.S. adults, 1,374 of whom are Catholic, was conducted Sept. 20-26 as part of Pew’s American Trends Panel.