Posts Tagged ‘Professor Paul Zulehner’

Rome insists on leading reform, says theologian

Monday, July 8th, 2024
Paul Zulehner

According to Viennese theologian Paul Zulehner, the Vatican aims to lead the Catholic Church’s reform process before it is implemented in other countries. In a recent interview with Croatian radio station HRT, Zulehner shared insights on the ongoing Synodal Path and Rome’s approach to church reforms. Professor Zulehner claims Rome’s approach stems from its desire Read more

Pope’s criticism of German Synodal Committee unconcerning

Monday, November 27th, 2023
Paul Zulehner

Austrian theologian Paul Zulehner (pictured) is unconcerned with Pope Francis’ recent critique of the German Catholic Church’s Synodal Committee. Zulehner views the Pope’s reply to four critics of the German reform efforts as a “gesture of respect and courtesy”. Prof Zulehner noted this in a November 22 post on his private blog. Recently a letter Read more

The Synodal Way; a German perspective on the issues

Monday, July 25th, 2022
Germany Synodal Way

Synodality in Germany, The Synodal Way,” is an oft-mentioned topic that for some is concerning, others confusing and then for another group is considered the “great future”. “Synodality is a moment of crisis,” Professor Margit Echolt from the University of Osnabrück, told Flashes of Insight. “The issues centre around the democratisation of the Church, equality, Read more