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Telling the Story of Jesus in our Context: The Synodal Way

Statement of the Conference of Catholic Bishops of India at the end of its 34th Plenary Assembly

‘Cancel culture’ contrary to synodality, says Philippine bishop

Bishop Pablo Virgilio David of Kalookan said the “cancel culture” has become a negative trend in society through social media

Synod organizers tell Continental Assemblies not to ‘impose an agenda’ on...

The cardinals said the Synod of Bishops is not meant “to address all the issues being debated in the Church”

Controversial Dominican priest to lead October retreat for bishops at start...

Dominican Father Timothy Radcliffe will lead the bishops and participants in the Synod of Bishops in a retreat near Rome from October 1–3

Cardinal Zen of Hong Kong ‘very concerned’ about Synod on Synodality

In an interview with an Italian newspaper published on Jan. 17, Cardinal Zen said he hopes the synod will change from its current course

Pope Francis announces ecumenical prayer service, reflects on ‘spirit of service’

The pope announced that an ecumenical prayer vigil will take place in St. Peter’s Square as part of the Church’s ongoing Synod on Synodality

Indian Church works on final draft of document for ‘continental stage’...

The six-member drafting committee is expected to come up with a 10-page synthesis from the 101 syntheses collected across the country

Asian bishops’ meeting a ‘launchpad’ for 2023 synod, says priest

In October, the Vatican released the “frame of reference” that will guide the next stage of the synodal process

Vatican’s synodal document can influence ‘indirectly’ climate negotiations, says cardinal

COP27 is the 27th annual UN meeting on climate. It will take place in Sharm el-Sheikh from November 6 to 18

Vatican’s ‘synodality’ text praised for ‘radical inclusion’ of various issues

Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich described the document as "the fruit of the lived synodality, the lived theology"

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