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Archbishop Eamon Martin highlights the importance of prayer in the Synod process as we explore a new way of being Church while remaining faithful to the Church's tradition and teaching.
Julianne Moran, General Secretary of the Irish Synodal Pathway, reflects on the progress made so far on the Synodal pathway and the journey ahead over the coming years.
Archbishop Timothy Costelloe reflects back on the Plenary Council process (2018-2022) and how it challenged all involved to move into a discernment mode rather than a parliamentary mode in regard to charting the path ahead for the Church in Australia
This segment looking at the learnings and outcome from Australia's Plenary Council (2018 -2022) at recent Dublin Conference on Synodality was led by Prof Eamonn Conway and included a video interview with Archbishop Timothy Costelloe and inputs from Christopher Lamb and Prof Myriam Wijlens
Massimo Faggioli addresses the All Hallows Trust Conference entitled 'Synodality in a Liminal Time - Waiting on a Synod' (Dublin 24th June 2023)
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Christopher Lamb, Rome correspondent for The Tablet, addresses the All Hallows Trust Conference entitled 'Synodality in a Liminal Time - Waiting on a Synod' (24th June 2023)
Myriam Wijlens, Professor of Canon Law Erfut Germany addresses the All Hallows Trust Conference entitled 'Synodality in a Liminal Time - Waiting on a Synod' (24th June 2023)
"It is a remarkable text ... for further discernment"
Rome Correspondent @The_Tablet Christopher Lamb on the #SynodonSynodality working document
"This is the most exciting moment in the Catholic Church since Vatican II ..." @eamonnconway on the publication of the #SynodonSynodality working document #synod @Synod_va @synodalpathway @synodalpathway
"... it is a faithful picture of what has been brought up by local Churches ... not hiding what Catholics are talking about"
Prof Massimo Faggioli on the #SynodonSynodality working document
Julieann Moran and Fr Eamonn Fitzgibbon had the responsibility at the Continental Synodal Assembly in Prague of relaying in 6 minutes some of the key insights that had emerged in the synodal process in Ireland. We hear from them what were the issues that they focused on and what took away from the Assembly itself.
Julieann Moran and Fr Eamonn Fitzgibbon share with the Continental Assembly in Prague what has emerged to date from the Irish Church through the Synodal process of discernment
Nicola Brady discusses the learnings from the recent Continental Assembly in Prague and how synodality has helped people engage with challenging issues in a constructive, prayerful and collective way.
Archbishop Eamon Martin discusses the synodal pathway that the whole Church is walking together and what has come from the conersations to date in the Irish Church
Rafael Luciani discusses how Synodality has developed in Latin America since Vatican II and some of the deeper roots of Synodality in our Church's tradition.
Rafael is a Lay Venezuelan theologian who serves on Theological Commission of the General Secretariat for the Synod of Bishops
Susan Pascoe shares her experience of Synodality in helping to draft the Document for the Continental Stage in Frascati and more recently attending the Continental Assembly in Suva, Fiji
Archbishop Eamon Martin shares his reflection at the end of the Synodal assembly in Prague