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In addition to public comments on the Synod on Synodality from the papal nuncio, the USCCB’s outgoing president and its doctrinal head, the bishops are believed to have selected four delegates to next year’s Synod of Bishops in Rome.
Is Vatican II’s achievement in reaffirming the authority of bishops being undercut by the current preparatory process for the Synod on Synodality?
Bishop Marian Eleganti says the discussions around the Synod on Synodality focus on ‘the same old refrains reheated for the umpteenth time since the 1970s.’
COMMENTARY: Austen Ivereigh and the other ‘experts’ at the recent synodal summit in Frascati act as if John Paul II’s papacy added nothing constructive on the lay faithful, families, clergy and other topics related to Vatican II.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Canonists offered a mixed reception to the text released Oct. 27, with some dismissing its call for major reforms as a nonstarter.
As Election Day Approaches, many Catholics have joined EWTN in praying a Marian Novena for Our Nation. At the Register we are praying as well as continuing to cover the important issues at play in the midterms. The Register’s National Correspondent Lauretta Brown joins us from Washington. And then Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl talks about the latest on the Synod on Synodality, including what’s in the working document and who will represent the U.S. in the continental phase.
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.
The working document released Oct. 27 was described by presenters as an intermediate document to be used for reflection and as a guide to the discussions to take place in the Continental Assemblies from January to March 2023.
Catholic dioceses around the world have been asked to respond to the document by highlighting what intuitions resonate and what divergences emerge with the reality of the Church in their continent.