Its purpose is to forster among its members solidarity and co-responsibility for the welfare of the Church and society in Asia, and to promote and defend whatever is for the greater good. The gathering dealt on the theme: The "Truth" about "Fake News" - New challenges in social communication and what we can do about it from a Christian perspective. Please download the invitation and see the details. Challenge to Social Communication in the Digital Church.
Bishop Quevedo: Asian Families challenged by globalization
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He wrote his dissertation under the direction of Joseph A. After ordination, he held the following positions: From to he was a member of the editorial board of the "History of Vatican II" project. The faithful know the difference between a bible service and Eucharist, a priest and a lay minister. Many communities wait for the gift of the priesthood and the Eucharist with humility. To the concept that priestly vocation are a gift from God he countered: In response, Tagle suggested that the Church should consider such a change to combat the shortage of priests.
Cardinal Quevedo retires; Jolo Bishop Lampon is new Archbishop of Cotabato
Beside several offices, the centre has a meeting room for up to 40 people which is also available for FABC members. The centre stores copies of all FABC publications listed in the fabc. Ms Borja defended her dissertation last March to earn a civil degree on Doctor of Philosophy in Theology with a field of concentration in moral theology. This dissertation brings the total number of academic studies related to the FABC to 39 31 doctoral theses, 8 masteral theses. Jesuit priest, Thao Nguyen has authored the dissertation on "A new way of being church for mission Asian Catholic bishops and Asian Catholic women in dialogue:
From to he was a parochial vicar in Stuttgart. In he and other members of the German episcopate signed a pastoral letter which urged allowing divorced and civilly remarried German Catholics to return to the sacraments , to the disapproval of then Cardinal Ratzinger and Pope John Paul II. Kasper was one of a dozen or more like-minded cardinals and bishops who met annually from to in St. Gallen , Switzerland, to discuss reforms with respect to the appointment of bishops, collegiality, bishops' conferences, and the primacy of the papacy as well as the Church's approach to sexual morality. They differed among themselves in varying degrees, but shared the view that Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was not the candidate they hoped to see elected at the next conclave.