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German bishops to press ‘binding assembly’ plans despite Vatican caution

September 23, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: The Catholic bishops of Germany will vote this week on a “substantially unchanged” plan for a synodal assembly that will vote on controversial doctrinal questions, the Catholic News Agency (CNA) reports, despite Vatican cautions. A source tells CNA that Cardinal Reinhard Marx failed to secure “an unambiguous sign of support” from Pope Francis, but the cardinal has told colleagues that “the misunderstandings are resolved.”

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