Going down this path would mean the Plenary Council risking creating an additional enormous layer of Church bureaucracy
These are the questions all of us - lay, consecrated and clergy - have the task to answer in a life of missionary holiness.
Plenary Council organisers have postponed its first assembly which had been scheduled for October this year in Adelaide. Plenary Council president Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB said that the upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic, including...
The commitment of lay persons is politicised when the laity is absorbed by the exercise of power within the Church. That happens when the Church is not seen in terms of the mystery of grace that characterises her, but rather in sociological or even political terms.
Ecclesiology to be key Plenary debate topic, says Bishop Umbers
Feedback from Plenary 2020 consultations across the nation reveals a widespread call from the faithful for ‘adult faith formation’.