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Awakening and deepening faith with and for the people of our time
We desire to be women who work, live and pray that all may be one
« The mystery of the Cenacle expresses our mission. It is the mystery of prayerful expectation by the first assembly of the Church, with Mary, directed to that outpouring of the Spirit which sent the apostles to the ends of the earth “clothed with power from on high” (Acts 1: 8; Lk 24: 49)
The Bishops Conference of England and Wales, having formerly accepted the recommendations laid out in the IICSA Report; that was published on 10 November 2020, and have also accepted the final proposals and recommendations of the Elliott Report in order to shape the safeguarding provision in the Catholic Church in England and Wales. So where do we go from here? Are there signs of hope?
With the last words of Pope Francis in mind, Sister Ann reflects on what the effects and implications this pandemic have been and may continue to have on the Church and how we worship, celebrate Eucharist and the way we pray. She is also reflecting about women and their place in the Church today and in the future.
The Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera releases excerpts from Don Marco Pozza’s new book-length interview with Pope Francis, in which he explores how doubts and crises of faith lead us deeper into the mystery of God.
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