okt 192015

Slik ser timeplanen ut for denne siste uka av bispekonferansen om ekteskapet:

Monday, October 19: Discussion in the thirteen language-based circuli minores from 0900 to 1230, and then again from 1630 to 1900

Tuesday, October 20: Discussion in the circuli minores from 0900 to 1230, followed by a general assembly (from 1630-1900), during which the Synod will hear reports from the discussion groups, the modi or amendments to Part III of the working document will be handed in, and a first vote will be taken for election to the Synod’s permanent council.

Wednesday, October 21: A “free day,” during which the commission for the Synod’s final report will meet to prepare the Progetto, the draft, of the final report.

Thursday, October 22: The Synod general assembly will meet from 0900-1030 to conduct the second and final vote for election to the Synod general council, and the Progetto of the final report will be presented and given to the Synod fathers. Then, from 1630 until 1900, the general assembly will hear interventions on the Progetto and written observation on the Progetto will be handed in.

Friday, October 23: Another “free day,” during which the drafting commission will refine the final report.

Saturday, October 24: From 0900 to 1230, the final report as refined by the drafting commission will be read to the Synod. Then, from 1630 to 1900, voting on the final report will take place, paragraph by paragraph (according to Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, the Synod general secretary), after which the Te Deum will be sung.

Sunday, October 15: The solemn closing of Synod-2015, at a concelebrated Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica.

Vi kan lese dette hos First Things, i et av brevene skrevet av den såkalte Xavier Rynne II (man finner alle brevene her).

I dette brevet kan vi også lese om flere “unhelpful narratives” rundt denne synoden:

(1) The first of these is the claim that there are “no camps” or factions in the Synod. …

(2) According to the second unhelpful narrative, those defending the tradition of the Church on worthiness to receive Holy Communion keep dividing mercy and truth. …

(3) Then there is narrative about “conscience,” according to which conscience is inviolable. Here is a partial truth masquerading as the fullness of Catholic truth. …

(4) The fourth unhelpful narrative uses the bugbear word of the Catholic left and insists that the defenders of the Church’s tradition on chastity, marriage, and the family, on worthiness to receive Holy Communion, and on the locus of teaching authority in the Church are theologically “conservative.” …

(5) Finally, there’s the narrative according to which the defenders of tradition are being excessively “deductive,” while the proponents of change want to apply an inductive method that begins with the data of human experience. …

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