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Key Plenary Council topics emerge from final report of the Listening and Dialogue phase

CELIBACY for priests, the role of women, and the inclusion of divorced and remarried Catholics were among “strongly discussed” topics contained in the Plenary Council 2020’s latest report. The final report of the council’s Listening and Dialogue phase captures the voice of more than 222,000 Australians and provides insights into 17,457 individual and group submissions. Plenary council president Perth Archbishop ... Read More »

Christian Brother Damien Price writes that mercy and forgiveness liberate and heal the human soul

THE Plenary Council 2020 has delivered six national themes for discernment for discussion. Br Damien Price has written a reflection on each of the six themes FORGIVENESS heals. Forgiveness liberates. Forgiveness is our noble birthright. One of my favourite paintings is Rembrandt’s The Return of the Prodigal Son. Now housed at the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, art critics ... Read More »

Brisbane archdiocese preparing to host massive discernment event for Plenary Council 2020

BRISBANE Assembly, an archdiocesan Plenary Council 2020 event, is expected to unite more than 600 Catholics across two days of communal discernment on October 4 and 5 at St Laurence’s College, South Brisbane. Brisbane archdiocesan Plenary Council co-ordinator Eric Robinson said the Brisbane Assembly would be a great chance for people to hear directly from the national facilitation team – ... Read More »

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