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Throughout the Synodal Assembly here in Rome, a new method is being used for the first time. It’s called conversations in the Spirit, maybe you’ve heard of it already. ...read more
Let us continue in our encounter with some Christian witnesses rich in zeal for proclaiming the Gospel. ...read more
Since the beginning of this synodal process in 2021, “spiritual conversations” also known as “conversations in the Spirit” have emerged as the way of proceeding on the path of synodality. ...read more
The Instrumentum laboris places the theme of Co-responsibility in the mission at the centre of  discernment (B.2). It refers to the exchange between the churches regarding communion (IL  35) and mission (IL 22, 41). ...read more
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Communion: the wedding feast of the Lamb
Prof. Anna Rowlands
October 13, 2023
The first thing to say about communion is that it is the reality of God’s own life, the being of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. In this sense, it is the most real thing there is: the ground of reality and source of the being of the Church.   ...read more
As the Holy Land is immersed in this violence and bloodshed, we remember that Jesus, the Son of God, who lived and walked there as Love Incarnate, through His teaching by word and deed, calls us as brothers and sisters to be always united by the bond of charity. ...read more
Deacon Pedro reflects on Laudate Deum, Laudato Si', and the call for people to do something about the climate crisis. ...read more
Pope Francis reflected on the witness of St. Josephine Bakhita and how she experienced inner liberation despite enduring cruelty as a slave.  ...read more
What can we expect from this current Synodal Process? Like in any process of authentic discernment that tries to hear God’s will, the short answer is that we don’t really know. ...read more
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The Samaritan Woman at the Well (John 4.7 – 30)
Fr. Timothy Radcliff, OP
October 10, 2023
Today we begin to reflect on B.1 of the Instrumentum Laboris, ‘A Communion that radiates.’ The theme that emerged most frequently in our sessions last week was formation. So how can we all be formed for communion that overflows into mission? In John Chapter 4, we hear of the encounter of Jesus with the woman ...read more