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A Church That ‘spends Time With The Future’: The Synod Of Bishops On Young People, Faith And Vocational Discernment-January 2019

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By: Claudio Zonta SJ

It is not an easy undertaking to size up the elusive, contradictory character of Bob Dylan. A minstrel, a poet, perhaps even a prophet, but most surely an artist who is beyond the time he is living in. This complexity is evident in Dylan’s compositional language: his songs are sometimes narrative and they nail the miseries inflicted by power with a merciless look at the world; at other times, they prove to be symbolic in an attempt to grasp the...

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By: Giancarlo Pani SJ

On May 12, 2016, at a meeting of the International Union of the Superiors General of Women’s Religious Orders, one sister asked Pope Francis why women were excluded from decision-making processes in the Church and from preaching at Eucharistic celebrations. In asking, she cited his words, “the feminine genius is needed in all expressions of the life of the Church and Society.”[1] In reply, Francis mentioned the presence of women deacons in the ancient Church: “it seems that the role...

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By: Diego Fares SJ

In his opening address to the 68th General Assembly of the Italian Episcopal Conference in May 2015, Pope Francis asked the bishops not to be “pilots” but real “pastors.”1 On many occasions the pontiff has appealed to bishops to be “bishops who are pastors, not princes,” making references to images he had already used when he governed his previous diocese. In 2006, while giving a retreat for the bishops of Spain, in his introductory meditation on the Magnificat, he spoke...

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