Eucharist and Synodality are important and related practices of the Church. This article contends that the practice of Eucharist at the local level can either enhance or inhibit our growth as a synodal church with an appropriate synodal spirituality. To achieve this, the article reviews the nature of synodality, and then considers three key aspects of synodality (communion, participation and mission) in their eucharistic enactment
El Papa Francisco está llamando a toda la iglesia a la modalidad sinodal, en este artículo el hermano religioso Patrick Sean Moffett, CFC, nos ofrece dos esquemas de reflexión que ayudaran a los grupos de hermanas y hermanos religiosos en liderazgo o ministerio de formación, a involucrarse en el proceso sinodal de escucha atenta y generativa.
The resource below explores how young people’s religious longings and belongings shift, expand, and change.
The video recording includes a presentation by Dr. Joshua Packard, Executive Director of Springtide Research Institute.
Advent is a time of preparation for joy that has the possibility of changing our lives. In the midst of the current reality, COVID with its uncertainty illness, and death; Climate change with its catastrophic storms, floods, fires, and displacement; demographic and other changes in religious life, reduced energy, and questionable futures, how do we prepare for joy?
Advent gives us a clue with a rising star that led the wise ones to Emmanuel, God with Us.
This webinar by Linda Gibler, OP focuses us on the lessons of stars – How they form in uncertain conditions, how they shine while maintaining a precarious balance, how they create even as they give themselves away, and how they give new life that has changed the course of the Universe.
Formation teams and people attentive to their own formation will find this Cosmo-Centric conversation helpful as they negotiate holding on to joy in the midst of struggle.