Results from Tag: 'synod on synodality'
Xavière Missionary Sister Nathalie Becquart, undersecretary at the Synod of Bishops’ general secretariat, delivered an online PowerPoint presentation to New Ways Ministry, which promotes homosexual and transgender rights in the Church, on April 3.
Latvian Archbishop Zbigņevs Stankevičs discusses the religious, cultural and political realities of his own country and the current issues that need to be addressed for the reevangelization of the West.
Cardinal Grech added that the meaning of synodality was becoming more clear as time went on and that people were becoming more engaged and interested in the synodal process.
With listening sessions occuring throughout the country, U.S. dioceses and eparchies that have embraced the synodal process hope to see a revival of engagement with their flock after pandemic-era restrictions.
The Luxembourgian cardinal, who is the relator general of the upcoming Synod on Synodality, has called into question not only foundational Church teachings on sexuality but the integrity of doctrine itself.
The synodal process is a global, two-year event featuring “listening and dialogue” that Pope Francis formally launched in October 2021. The first stage is a diocesan phase expected to last until Aug. 15.
The event, commonly known as the Synod on Synodality, has been described as the most important Church event since the Second Vatican Council in 1962-65.
World Communications Day, established by Pope Paul VI in 1967, will be celebrated this year on Sunday, May 29.
“Let us remember, in this regard, that synodality is not a simple discussion. It is not an ‘adjective.’ Never ‘adjectivize’ the substantiality of life.”