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The March 23 Papal meeting: what it could look like

Excerpt of an article in today's edition of Il Tempo:
"A meeting preceded by a brief speech by the Pontiff who, during the rest of the assembly, will listen in silence and, afterwards, in private, will add his own personal considerations.

"There will be many themes in the order of the day: the imminent reform of the Roman Curia (begun last Saturday with the news of the reunion of the dicastery of Interreligious dialogue with the one of Culture; and of the dicastery of Migrants ... with the one of Justice and Peace); the eventual revokal of the excommunication of the followers of Marcel Lefebvre (in a recent interview to Il Tempo, bishop Fellay, current head of the schismatic [sic] group of Traditionalist priests, declared his expectation of possible developments); the challenges which the Church is called to withstand in the several continents: moral issues of the clergy, the advance of Islam, secularization."


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