The synod 'with' young people (2018) paves the way for the synod on synodality (2023)

François Moog


Catholic University of Paris – UR 7403, France (Francja)
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6085-9904

Abstrakt

Pope Francis is very concerned to transform the Church through synodality. He has chosen the synod of bishops as the main tool for this reform. This paper shows how the functioning of the Synod of Bishops, which the pope has profoundly transformed, puts this project of a synodal Church into effect. From this point of view, the process of the 2018 synod on youth is an example of how synodality is transforming the Church. By taking the steps of this process step by step, the paper shows how the practice of synodality is deeply transforming the Church and how the synod of 2018 paves the way for the synod of 2023 on the synodality of the Church.


Słowa kluczowe:

synod, synodality, Ecclesiology, youth, synodal process, Synodal Church, Christus vivit

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Opublikowane
2022-10-06

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Moog, F. . (2022). The synod ’with’ young people (2018) paves the way for the synod on synodality (2023). Warszawskie Studia Teologiczne, 35(1), 150–165. https://doi.org/10.30439/WST.2022.1.9

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François Moog 

Catholic University of Paris – UR 7403, France Francja
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6085-9904

François Moog — dr teologii, absolwent Instytutu Katolickiego w Paryżu (STD) oraz Université Laval w Quebec (PhD). Profesor teologii dogmatycznej w Instytucie Katolickim w Paryżu, gdzie prowadzi zajęcia z eklezjologii i antropologii teologicznej. Dyrektor Szkoły Doktorskiej na tej uczelni



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