Sign letter to Pope Francis seeking broader family involvement in Synod
There has been an outcry worldwide from India to South Africa and from Europe to Australia that the selection of the newest participants to the Synod are not representative of the sensus fidelium. After consulting with numerous reform groups worldwide, Catholic Church Reform International have agreed upon an Open Letter to Pope Francis. They are asking the pope to review the arrangements for this Synod to ensure that there is within its membership a truly adequate representation from ordinary and diverse Catholic families, with appropriate provision for them to share their views, be heard, and to have a vote. If you agree, please add your support by signing this letter.
CCRI Forum in Rome
In less than two weeks, CCRI will be holding a Forum in Rome, the first worldwide gathering, to welcome the Synod and do all in its power to see that Families (and women) are listened to and given a say in the Synod. Here is the program agenda if you know of anyone who might want to join. The International Movement We Are Church is holding their meeting just after.
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