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George Weigel: Is the German church on the cutting edge, or...

On November 10, a “Synodal Committee” created by the recently completed German “Synodal Way” met for the first time.

New Vatican letter fuels tensions with German bishops over reform

Tensions between Rome and German bishops are again intensifying after the latter were informed that the church's teaching are non-negotiable.

Editorial: Something not right in the state of Germany

There’s something very wrong with key aspects of the German Synodal Path. It’s safe to say it openly now. Around the world, the shepherds of the Church in the modern world

Don’t put off gender neutral debate, German bishop urges

Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer criticised the Synodal Path for postponing a debate on gender-neutral language.

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German bishops criticise decision to maintain church service ban

Separately, he told the newspaper Die Welt on 16 April that he could speak for the Catholic Church in stating that it would be able to stick to hygiene standards and social distancing rules in churches.

Archbishop Julian Porteous: laying solid foundations for Plenary 2020

The Plenary Council 2020/2021 will be a major ecclesial event for the Church here in Australia. It will be an historical moment and will...
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