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Matt Tan: The face we must behold

This is the final instalment of my three-part series focusing on the Theological Reflection of the Plenary Council’s Instrumentum Laboris, with a special focus...

Matt Tan: The face of Christ and the new Gnosticism

The Pope identified where an old heresy emerges today This is part two of my focus on the Theological Reflection of the Instrumentum Laboris, with...

Peter McGregor: Prayerful and Eucharistic Plenary Council Paper

There is no doubt in my mind that this is the best of the six discernment papers

Peter McGregor: Comments on The Plenary Council Paper

The Plenary discernment paper on how God is calling us to be a Christ-centred Church

Precisely which Church? A response to the Plenary Discernment papers

Going down this path would mean the Plenary Council risking creating an additional enormous layer of Church bureaucracy

Fr Josh Miechels: good ideas and a few howlers in Plenary...

These are the questions all of us - lay, consecrated and clergy - have the task to answer in a life of missionary holiness.

Aussie priests take people to the Blessed Sacrament

I wonder now if all the themes raised for the 2020 Plenary will have any relevance post-Coronavirus?

Plenary 2020: the creeping clericalisation of the laity

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.

Philippa Martyr: Secret wildfire of Adoration

Parish churches are recapturing a sense of the sacred We’re currently looking at things that might help the moribund and rapidly shrinking Catholic Church in...

Sanctity: the unspoken question for Plenary 2020

Each of us, individually, is called to strive to live a life of service to God in the circumstances in which we find ourselves and the unique purpose He calls us to fulfil.
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