09 October, 2015

Letters from the Synod

In today's LETTERS FROM THE SYNOD...
  • George Weigel asks if there isn’t something strange about the dying local churches of Europe instructing the living, vital, local churches of the developing world on how to address the various crises facing marriage and the family.
  • Xavier Rynne II reflects on how the news—especially news out of the Synod—gets “manufactured,” and how these processes are, in themselves, not exactly news.
  • Philip Egan, Bishop of Portsmouth, England, discusses how his experience as a pastor shapes his understanding of the crisis in marriage and the family, and how these experiences shape his hopes for the Synod.

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