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On the path to the Second Assembly

Three Plenary observers tell of their experiences so far In the lead-up to the Second Assembly, lay observers of the Plenary Council remain hopeful that...

Plenary ‘reformers’ spit the dummy

St Gregory of Nazianzus, the fourth-century pillar of orthodoxy and doctor of the Church, knew better than most the trials that come with responsibility.

Students urge Plenary to not be swayed by fashion, crisis in...

Australia’s Catholic tertiary students have issued a plea to Australia’s bishops and members of the  Plenary Council commencing tomorrow to ensure a desacralisation of...

Plenary 2021: shaken by the Spirit

A striking image of Pope Francis, repeated since the early days of his papacy, has been his public prayers with charismatic leaders, both Catholic...

We can’t be frightened of having different opinions

The First Assembly of the Fifth Plenary Council of Australia begins this Sunday, 3 October. Over the past three weeks, The Catholic Weekly has been...

A vision for a Plenary

In his pared-back but very timely new book, Foundations: Preparing the Church in Australia for the Plenary Council and Beyond, Archbishop Julian Porteous of...

Priorities: reach out to the hurt, focus on marriage

Last week, The Catholic Weekly spoke to Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP regarding his hopes for the first assembly. This week, we speak to two...

Plenary must face up to our crisis of faith, says Archbishop

The Plenary Council is set to begin in just three weeks’ time, in circumstances very different to those imagined back in November 2016, when...

Dr Matthew Tan: The new pelagianism’s danger

I wish to focus aspects of the Theological Reflection of the Instrumentum Laboris of the Plenary Council. In particular, I wish to focus on...

Plenary Instrumentum Laboris: blissful ignorance is no excuse

The impending Plenary Council will take place more than a half century since Vatican II
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