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Resources for Synod Information

October 27, 2008
Final Mass Synod of Bishops / Photo Credit: Reuters
As mentioned on Monday's Zoom, there is plenty of information surrounding the Synod of Bishops and the conclusions. If you read through the previous few entries on this blog, you will find information from our own Kris Dmytrenko and Father Thomas Rosica, C.S.B. For further articles, try this:
Synod Presents 55 Propositions to Pope: A nice summary of the propostions from the Synod. The Propositions will eventually become Pope Benedict's post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation. They were released in unofficial Italian text -- no word on if and when an English translation will be made available before the Exhortation.
Final Message of Synod: This is the complete final message of the gathering agreed upon by Synod Fathers. Fr. Rosica offered some highlights in a previous blog entry, click HERE for that. Zenit also offers a summary HERE too.
H2ONews, as seen in Zoom, also offers plenty of short videos on the Synod and its conclusions as well.
Photo: Reuters
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