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16 October 2015 by Christopher Lamb in Rome1

It’s fair to say that the most theologically accomplished small group report from the synod so far has come from the Germans

13 October 2015 by Christopher Lamb in Rome6

The accusation of synod manipulation by a group of conservative cardinals is more about a loss of influence than about the process itself

12 October 2015 by Christopher Lamb in Rome0

Pope Francis is putting his faith in the synod's ability to open up the Church to a more messy way of doing things

12 October 2015 by Helen O'Brien 2

Theresa May's take on the people who have travelled to Calais in the hope of passage to the UK is completely skewed, writes Helen O'Brien, chief executive of CSAN

08 October 2015 by Fredrick Nzwili0

He has no permanent address and flits from one place to the next but Nobel Peace Prize nominee Father Mussie Zerai's phone number is in the pocket of almost every migrant who comes from Africa, writes Fredrick Nzwili

07 October 2015 by Christopher Lamb in Rome 0

One of the major difficulties facing the synod is that it is increasingly difficult to adopt a one size fits all pastoral model to the Church as a global institution, writes Christopher Lamb

06 October 2015 by Christopher Lamb in Rome 2

Pope Francis has laid down clear guidelines for this year's synod, the question is will the bishops adhere to them, writes Christopher Lamb in Rome

05 October 2015 by James Roberts1

If anyone wants to know why Francis really called this two-part Synod, and what he hopes will be its fruit, then the guidance is in his speeches in the Americas, writes James Roberts

30 September 2015 by Paul Vallely 3

The success of Pope Francis' strategy of delivering a strong message in a conciliatory tone - a feature of his trip to the US last week - will dictate the outcome of the Synod of Bishops in Rome next week

28 September 2015 by Sr Margarets Walsh 1

The steady stream of refugees to St Chad's continues to grow but public attitudes after the death of three-year-old Aylan is a miracle, writes the sanctuary's organiser