21 October, 2015

Letter Number Nineteen | Xavier Rynne II, ed. | First Things

In today’s LETTERS FROM THE SYNOD…

  • There have been a few changes to the schedule of the final week of Synod-2015.
  • Father Gerald E. Murray reflects on the discussions at the Synod and wonders, “Where are the kids?”
  • Cardinal Thomas Collins of Toronto explains why asserting that conscience is inviolable, while certainly true, doesn’t get us very far.
  • George Weigel reads Pope Francis’ address marking the 50thanniversary of the Synod of Bishops, connecting “Synodality” to the evangelizing mission of the Church.
  • Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver wants to know: “Do the German bishops believe that Saints Thomas More and John Fisher sacrificed their lives in vain?”


Letter Number Nineteen | Xavier Rynne II, ed. | First Things

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