This article gives you a good look at what the Synod’s process will be for the final week. Please take a few minutes to read it and keep praying!…Reyanna
By Gerald O’Connell, October 19, 2015, American Magazine on-line
The Synod on the Family is in its final week. Right now, the 318 synod participants (including 270 synod fathers, 18 married couples and the fraternal delegates) are in 13 language groups, discussing the third and final part of the working document.
This third part includes not only the three vexed questions—divorced and remarried, homosexuality and homosexuals, and cohabitation and cohabiting couples—but also many others that are perhaps even more important ones in other parts of the world, such as mixed marriages (between Christians from different denominations) and inter-religious marriages (between Catholics and the followers of other religions), indigence and usury, procreation and upbringing, and the role of the family in evangelization. (To continue reading, click here.)