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Church’s language must change, not doctrine, Archbishop Coleridge says in interview

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Bishops downtime: Two Aussies (left) and two Kiwis (right) on the roof of the Augustinian house where we were guests today of Fr Tony Banks OSA, Vicar of the Augustinians. Great location, great hospitality.

BISHOPS meeting to discuss issues concerning families worldwide need to explore the “vast middle ground” between keeping faithful to Church doctrine or doing nothing, Archbishop Coleridge has said in an interview with National Catholic Reporter.

As one of two Australian bishops at the synod, Archbishop Coleridge spent 45 minutes with an NCR journalist to discuss his comparisons between the synod on the family and the Second Vatican Council, the need to make the Church’s language more biblical, including works like indissolubility, and that bishops should not fear the future.

Read the first part of Archbishop Coleridge’s interview at the National Catholic Reporter.

Written by: Staff writers
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