Melbourne parishes challenge Plenary Council’s process

When 26 Melbourne parishes got together to explore the questions raised by the Plenary Council, they decided they wanted to be more proactive and produced a statement to try to advance the decisions of the sensus fidei. The authors of the Joint Statement believe that the more a united front is voiced the more effective it is. The more often it is put to the Plenary Council team and bishops, the more likely it is that the voice of the many voices now unheard will be heard. You can read more about this statement and add your comments at:

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