In a Register interview, Dr. Anca-Maria Cernea amplifies on insights she presented to other participants during last year’s synod on the family.
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There are other forms of participation in the life of the Church that are ‘valuable and legitimate,’ the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith notes in new interview. ‘Community with God and the Church is not only constituted in the oral reception of holy Communion,’ he said, citing teaching of St. John Paul II.
Cardinal Wilfrid Napier of South Africa, a major figure at the 2015 synod, discusses the Church in Africa, race relations and the fruits of the synod.
Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for the Family, said the document will “show that the Church is close to families in all stages of their lives.”
Mary’s Advocates fills a gap in marriage ministries, by assisting Catholics whose spouses want to leave their sacramental unions.
The secretary general of the secretariat discussed the matter, and other issues related to the two-year family synod process, in a Dec. 30 interview with L’Osservatore Romano.
Synod father recaps the fall gathering focused on the family.
Critics say Father Antonio Spadaro’s November reflection on the 2015 synod in La Civiltà Cattolica continues to push a narrative that is contrary to Church teaching.