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5 Responses to 200 theologians call for fundamental changes in Church

  1. adrian mcnamara says:

    I will not cooperate in this "synodal" nonsense, no matter who promotes it. i will stick to the "faith of our fathers, holy faith…"

  2. John Shone says:

    I wholeheartedly agree with you Adrian. The Germans in particular would have the Catholic Church become fully protestant. God please spare us from the humanist-centric meddlings of such theologians as would have the "faith of ours fathers" become the faith in, and of, ourselves. Sinister.

  3. Nick says:

    Chaps, would you mind enlightening me to your theological qualifications that I might understand your ability to sensibly comment on this story. Humbly, I am no great mind compared to those fathers of faith you mention, but it seems that you seem opposed to change, which might denote fear of growth? I suppose my question is – what are you afraid of and why?

  4. Kieran Fenn FMS says:

    Could someone tell me the source of the quote" "The refusal to face change is not evidence of faith but of lack of it." Matthew does have "bringing out of our storehouse what is new and what is old". It was certainly by design that the new was placed first. That was certainly in the spirit of the Lord's Prayer, "Your Kingdom come" – from God's future because it certainly has not yet arrived in its fullness. I wonder how people can continue praying the Lord's Prayer, asking for God's reign to come on earth but as it was or is, not how it will be. Some inconsistency there???