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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.

George Weigel: A laborious, and vacuous, instrument

It would not be quite accurate to describe the Working Document for the October 2023 Synod (its Instrumentum Laboris, or IL) as “disappointing.” No one who has followed the “synodal process” underway since 2021 could reasonably have expected an IL of spiritual depth and evangelical passion.

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

Cardinal Pell: we need more clarity on goals of synodality

The Cardinal spoke about synodality, China, Vatican finances and the Latin Mass in a wide-ranging interview with The Spectator

German Catholic memo to Down Under: tread carefully with Plenary

After Pope Francis’ general audience on 5 January, a delegation of German Catholics approached the Holy Father and pressed a document into his hands. The...

Liquid Catholicism and a Synodal Way

Twenty years ago, during the Long Lent of 2002, I began using the term “Catholic Lite” to describe a project that detached the Church...
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