Pope: “What I have to say about the Synodal Path is in my letter”

Pope: "What I have to say about the Synodal Path is in my letter"

Pope Francis does not want to add anything to his letter on the synodal path in Germany. He said this in his flight press conference while returning from Canada this Saturday. He tried to approach the Church in Germany “as a brother, as a father and as a believer, looking for a way”.

“I know it’s not easy, but this letter says it all,” Pope told media representatives on the plane. He “spent a month of prayer, contemplation and deliberation on it” and Kuria in drafting one published three years earlier. Letter “To the Pilgrims of God” Not included. “And in this I have said everything I have to say about the Synod Way, I will say no more, that is the Papal Magisterium about the Synod Way.”

Recent Statements by the Holy See, which invites the local church in Germany to run with the Ecumenical Church, came from the State Secretariat, as Francis told the Flying press conference. “Not signing as secretary of state was a mistake, but an official error, with no ill intent.” The short letter was announced as a statement of the Holy See published by the Vatican Press Room. The fact that a more precise apostle was missing caused irritation in the Catholic Church in Germany.

(Vatican News – GS)

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