P1010134

Synod

    Briefly describe the person/people who contributed to these responses (age range, faith affiliation, level of participation in the church, etc.). Do not use names.

    Briefly describe the listening session (if applicable). How did the group gather? What was the experience like? What would you do differently?

    Provide responses to as many of the following universal themes as were discussed at your gathering or on which you have individual input.
    I. Journeying Companions
    Who is "our church"? Who is asking us to journey together? What persons or groups are left on the margins?

    II. Listening
    Who does our Church need to listen to? How are young people and women listened to? How do we listen to the social and cultural context in which we live?

    III. Speaking Out
    Who speaks on behalf of the Christian community? How do we promote an authentic style of communication? When and how do we say what is important to us? When and how do we profess our faith in the world?

    IV. Celebrating
    How does the celebration of the liturgy direct our journey? How does it inspire our decision-making? How do we promote the active participation of all the Faithful in the liturgy? Are celebrations of Mass reverent, uplifting, sacred moments?

    V. Co-Responsibility in the Mission
    What are we doing well as a Church? What can we do to improve as a Church? How is each baptized person called to be a leader in the mission? How does the community support its members committed to service in society?

    VI. Dialogue in Church and Society
    How do we promote collaboration? How are divergences of vision, conflicts, and difficulties addressed? How does the Church respond to social and political trends that are challenging and in conflict with the faith of Jesus Christ?

    VII. Dialogue with Other Christian Denominations
    How is our mission enhanced by journeying with others? What difficulties have we encountered?

    VIII. Authority and Participation
    How do we identify the goals of the Church and the way to achieve them? How is authority exercised within our Church? What are the practices of teamwork and co-responsibility? How are lay ministries promoted?

    IX.Discerning and Deciding
    How do we promote participation in decision-making? How do we promote transparency and accountability?

    X. Forming Ourselves in Synodality
    How do we form people who listen to one another and engage in dialogue? What formation do we offer for discernment and the exercise of authority?

    Is there anything else you want to share about your dream for the future of the Church that didn't fit into one of the universal themes? Here is your chance!

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    10 April
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    Chrism Mass
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    Holy Thursday- 14 April
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    Mass of the Lord’s Supper
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    Solemn Liturgy Passion of the Lord
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    Easter Sunday– 17 April
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