JulieAnn Moran and Fr Declan Hurley reflect on key themes that have emerged from the synodal process at both national and international level.
Austen Ivereigh shares with us about being part of the group that drafted the Working Document for the Continental Stage of Synod 2021- 24.
"We feel lifted up and encouraged ...." Nicola Brady (Chair of the Synodal Group) on the National Pre-Synodal Assembly which took place in Athlone and Clomacnoise.
Members of the K&L Diocesan Synodal Committee and Bishop Denis Nulty come together to present and discuss the recently published Diocesan Synthesis
We hear from editor Fr Eamonn Conway about the objectives of this book which include making the case for a synodal Church that is authentic and accountable.
Nicola Brady discusses the consultation and listening that has taken place at parish and diocesan level during the initial phase of the Synodal pathway and explains what happens next.
Papal biography Austen Ivereigh discusses how Pope Francis is leading the Church to become a synodal Church and to be more inclusive in how we discern the path ahead.
Bishop Brendan Leahy says that two primary questions for the Synodal Pathway are 'how are we getting on with one another and how are we reaching out to other people?'