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Monica Doumit: Jordan Peterson and the Plenary

Canadian Professor Jordan Peterson was in Sydney last month and I was treated to a ticket to his show at the International Convention Centre...

The lacunas of the Plenary

Contrary to a lot of commentary - some in this paper - there was a lot of good stuff which came out of the...

Media assess Plenary progress

The Plenary Council could be seen as a qualified “win” for conservatives and Church unity, the world’s most popular Catholic website has said, with...

The Plenary Council and Synodality

By Fr Gerard Kelly The apostolic nuncio, Archbishop Charles Balvo, in his address at the closing session of the Plenary Council, noted that many were...

Dr Philippa Martyr: Plenary women’s vote revealed much

As many will know, the Plenary Council motions on women in the Church all failed to make the required two-thirds majority to pass on Tuesday afternoon.

A week of positives and negatives for the Plenary: Archbishop Anthony Fisher

Cautious optimism As the four year process of the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia comes to an end, there have been both positives and negatives,...

Members happy with revised women’s motions on Plenary’s final day

The Plenary Council prepared to draw to a close on 8 July after two days of catch-up in an altered voting format, passing almost...
A member holds a glass artwork modelled on the Plenary Council logo. Photo: Giovanni Portelli

The Plenary’s agenda must be exposed

By Sandy Wallace The Catholic Church was born from the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. She is not a man made construct open to...

Plenary motions too constrained by equality-as-power paradigm, say women

Women reported that a distressing day which disrupted and altered the Plenary Council process left them ultimately with a sense of hope that unity...

Vote on women throws Plenary into crisis

The agenda for the Plenary Council was thrown into crisis and disrupted on Wednesday morning after more than 60 of the 277 members formed...

We’re not factions. Listen humbly to the Spirit, President tells Plenary members

We are “not enemies or combatants seeking to prevail over others”, Plenary Council president Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB of Perth has told members in...

Church in Australia is exhausted; Plenary can be prophetic and renew hope: bishop

The Plenary Council could be a prophetic voice encouraging a tired, frustrated and apathetic Church, the assembled bishops and member delegates of the Plenary...
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