Home Tags Synod on Synodality

Tag: Synod on Synodality

Women’s ordination, transgender ideology move forward at German Synodal Way

The assembly held back from crossing a line laid down by the Vatican concerning the establishing synodal councils

Despite ‘no’ from Vatican, German bishops move forward with plans for...

Bishop Georg Bätzing writes that the German bishops take the Vatican’s “concerns” about a German synodal council seriously

‘Digital synod’ brings Catholic Church closer to digital natives, says Filipino...

“Behind all the profiles, the clicks, the likes and the follows, are real persons,” said the priest

Church must be source of hope, not despair, says Japan archbishop

“The Church has to be at the center of producing hope… and not of despair and sadness”

Asian continental assembly on synodality ends with call for ‘change of...

“If this journeying together is to be meaningful, we need to learn how to let go of all that prevents us from being that synodal church"

Asian Catholic Church leaders told to listen closely to ‘voices within...

Church leaders are warned against using the phrase “a synodal Church is a Church of listening” as a rhetorical phrase

Pope Francis faces ‘civil war’ at heart of Church

The tensions come as the Catholic Church conducts a vast global consultation on its future, the "Synod on Synodality"

Spanish bishops lament low participation in Synod on Synodality, especially by...

The bishops stress that the synodal process is not “the solution to the problems that the Church has” but “a gift of the Holy Spirit”

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”

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

Support LiCAS.news

We work tirelessly each day to tell the stories of those living on the fringe of society in Asia and how the Church in all its forms - be it lay, religious or priests - carries out its mission to support those in need, the neglected and the voiceless.
We need your help to continue our work each day. Make a difference and donate today.