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Plenary Council Begins

The long awaited Fifth Australian Plenary Council, confirmed by the Catholic Bishops Conference in 2016, commences this Sunday, 3 October with the Opening Mass being held

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Towards the Plenary Council – Part Eight

Synodality and the Australian Plenary Council Over the last weeks in this series, we have been looking at the issue of synodality.  This week we

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Towards the Plenary Council – Part Seven

Ecumenical Councils – Synodality Historically, one of the fundamental exercises of Synodality was the calling of an Ecumenical Council.  These were called because

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Towards the Plenary Council – Part Six

What is Synodality? There can be a good deal of confusion about synodality in the Church at the moment because it is a rather new

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Towards the Plenary Council – Part Five

Did Synodality disappear in the course of History? The word synodality is coming back into greater use over these years that Pope Francis has been

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Towards the Plenary Council – Part Four

Synods in History In the first millennium whenever there was an issue that was critical for the church, the reaction tended

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Towards the Plenary Council – Part Three

Moral Consensus is the aim of the Plenary Council Where has all this recent talk about Synodality come from?  It is a word

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Towards the Plenary Council – Part Two

Synodality and the Plenary Council Synodality is not a word that is familiar to most Catholics.  There have been synods all through the history of

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Towards the Plenary Council – Part One

There is to be a Plenary Council for the Catholic Church in Australia, whose first session is scheduled for October this year in Adelaide. We

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Plenary Thoughts

Every organisation at some point in its history, in order to thrive, needs to grow and change in light of the needs of the time. 

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From the Parish House

Last Sunday morning around ninety parishioners from across our parishes gathered together on Zoom to celebrate the Liturgy of the Word and then to participate

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