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Dossier: all about the German Synodal Way

In the February issue of Omnes magazine, we offer our readers an extensive dossier dedicated exclusively to the "Synodal Way" taking place in Germany. In it, its protagonists have the floor. However, it also contains the Vatican's statements, especially in relation to some of the proposals of the Synodal Way, which hardly correspond to Catholic doctrine and morals.

Maria José Atienza-February 3, 2023-Reading time: < 1 minutes

The February issue of the magazine is available for purchase at here.

In the last few weeks, the Holy See has opposed the creation of a Synod Council in the form proposed by the Synodal Way. This has once again demonstrated the course of some parts of the Church in Germany, as is evident from some documents of the Synodal Way.

In its 30 pages, the dossier reproduces interviews with several of the main protagonists of the Synodal Way: with the President of the German Bishops' Conference, Dr. Georg Bätzing, and the President of the Central Committee of German Catholics, Dr. Irme Stetter-Karp, with the Bishop of Regensburg, Dr. Rudolf Voderholzer, and the philosopher of religion Prof. Hanna B. Gerl-Falkovitz. Gerl-Falkovitz.

The dossier also contains an important interview with Cardinal Marc Ouellet, until recently Prefect of the Dicastery for Bishops, who, together with Cardinals Parolin and Ladaria and in consultation with Pope Francis, represents the positions of the Holy See on this issue. The dossier also contains the analysis of the renowned journalists Alexander Kissler and Peter Hahne, as well as the opinion of "normal" Catholic Christians.

Because of its interest, the Dossier will also be offered in German.

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