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Papa Francis (Foto) ka nisur atë që disa e përshkruajnë si përpjekja më ambicioze për reformën katolike për 60 vjet.

Një proces dyvjeçar për të konsultuar çdo famulli katolike në të gjithë botën mbi drejtimin e ardhshëm të Kishës filloi në Vatikan këtë fundjavë.

Some Catholics hope it will lead to change on issues such as women’s ordination, married priests and same-sex relationships.

Të tjerët kanë frikë se do të minojë parimet e Kishës.

Ata thonë se përqendrimi në reformë mund të largojë vëmendjen nga çështjet me të cilat ballafaqohet Kisha, të tilla si korrupsioni dhe nivelet e pakësuara të pjesëmarrjes.

Pope Francis urged Catholics not to “remain barricaded in our certainties” but to “listen to one another” as he launched the process at Mass in St Peter’s Basilica.

“Are we prepared for the adventure of this journey? Or are we fearful of the unknown, preferring to take refuge in the usual excuses: ‘It’s useless’ or ‘We’ve always done it this way’?” he asked.

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The consultation process, called “For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation and Mission”, will work in three stages:

  • In the “listening phase”, people in parishes and dioceses will be able to discuss a wide range of issues. Pope Francis said it was important to hear from those who were often on the fringes of local Church life such as women, pastoral workers and members of consultative bodies
  • The “continental phase” will see bishops gather to discuss and formalise their findings.
  • The “universal phase” will see a month-long gathering of the bishops a the Vatican in October 2023

Atëherë Papa pritet të shkruajë një këshillë apostolike, duke dhënë pikëpamjet dhe vendimet e tij mbi çështjet e diskutuara.

Discussing his hopes for the Synod, Pope Francis warned against the process becoming an intellectual exercise that failed to address the real-world issues faced by Catholics and the “temptation to complacency” when it comes to considering change.https://emp.bbc.co.uk/emp/SMPj/2.44.0/iframe.htmlMedia caption,”If a person is gay and seeks God and has good will, who am I to judge?”

The initiative has been praised by the progressive US-based National Catholic Reporter newspaper, which said that while the process might not be perfect “the Church is more likely to address the needs of the people of God with it than without it”.

Sidoqoftë, teologu George Weigel shkroi, në gazetë konservatore katolike amerikane Gjërat e para, it was unclear how “two years of self-referential Catholic chatter” would address other problems the Church such as those who are “drifting away from the faith in droves”.

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Much of the reporting of this two-year consultation has focused on some of the issues that often appear to dominate reporting on the Catholic Church: the role of women for example, and whether they will ever be ordained as priests (the Pope says “no”).

Ndërsa ato tema janë shpesh shqetësuese për disa katolikë, zona të tjera që tradicionalisht dominojnë mësimet shoqërore katolike, të tilla si zbutja e varfërisë, dhe gjithnjë e më shumë, ndryshimet klimatike, ka të ngjarë të luajnë një rol më të madh, ashtu si edhe mënyra se si drejtohet Kisha. Në realitet, çdo çështje mund të ngrihet.

Don’t expect any sudden changes to Church rules though. It’s true that some Catholics do want to see a different kind of institution, but for Pope Francis, allowing ordinary worshippers to have their concerns (eventually) raised at the Vatican – even if their bishops disagree with them – is a huge step change for this 2,000 year-old religion.

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