How authentic was the USCCB’s synodality?

Posted on November 26, 2021 by Published by

The following analysis is from Ed Condon of The Pillar.

After a USCCB meeting last week that featured several closed-door meetings of bishops, bishops have said a decision to hold more of their meetings in private allowed for an atmosphere of enhanced fraternity and prayer as they discussed controversial issues.

But while some bishops have heralded their recent time together as a “synodal” experience, what they do next could affect how American Catholics understand the notion of “synodality,” and its meaning in the life of the Church.

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