Brazilian Bishops Launch Webpage About the Synod 2023

Through this tool it is possible to access important links and resources that can help in the understanding of the Pope’s proposal and in the listening process carried out in the local Churches.

Newsroom (November 9, 2021, 1:05 PM, Gaudium Press) With the objective of offering subsidies to the communities and dioceses living the first phase of the synodal journey, the CNBB has launched a hotsite with information and resources about the Synod 2021-2023, convoked by Pope Francis.

Through the site, developed from the indications of the National Animation Team of the Synod, it is possible to access important links and resources that can help in understanding the Pope’s proposal and in the listening process carried out in the local churches.

Vademecum of the Synod

Internet users can also download the Vademecum, which is a manual that accompanies the Preparatory Document with the main guidelines on how to participate in the synod process.

In addition, it is possible to access various media about the synod, the synod’s proposal and the dynamics of participation of the people of God in the process of listening, and also to follow news related to the synod and learn about the initiatives in the regions and dioceses.

One more resource on the synod’s journey

Father Julio Cesar Evangelista Resende, advisor of the Episcopal Pastoral Commission for Culture and Education of the National Conference of Brazilian Bishops (CNBB) and member of the Animation Team of the Synod, commented on the proposal offered by the hotsite.

According to the priest, the hotsite on the CNBB website is added to other initiatives as another resource on the synod’s journey, “making available information, reflections and materials to support communities and dioceses in their experience of the first phase of the synod journey. In addition, the hotsite makes it possible to share initiatives, material and experiences from different dioceses in our country. (EPC)

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Compiled by Zephania Gangl

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