Atila Guimarães – Why So Much ‘Electricity’ Around The Catholic Synod

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The Synod that ended last Sunday (October 25, 2015) was one of the most awaited and well-followed ecclesiastical meetings since Vatican II. The “electrical charge” of the event did not start this year. It flared up in late 2013, when the Vatican ordered all the Dioceses of the Catholic world to make a poll to know the opinion of as many Catholics as possible on issues to be addressed by the October 2014 Synod – many hot topics related to family life were included.

From then on the “electricity” started. It increased during the Bishops Synod – 2014; it continued to grow throughout this year, and it reached unknown heights in the assembly that ended some days ago.

The question is: What caused it?

Read more at Tradition in Action

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