Synodality and local social teaching
Cornish, Sandie. (2022). Synodality and local social teaching. Australasian Catholic Record. 99(1), pp. 76-85.
Taking a synodal path in the generation of Catholic social thought, teaching, and action calls for a deeper engagement of the whole people of God. Synodality moves beyond merely consulting the laity for their practical experience or technical knowledge by taking seriously their faith experience and theological insights. By mobilising synergies between a community engagement approach to practical theology and existing elements of the Catholic social justice tradition, theologians and bishops can contribute to the development of new expressions of synodality in relation to thought and action on social, economic and ecological justice.
|Journal||Australasian Catholic Record|
|Journal citation||99 (1), pp. 76-85|
|Publisher||Australasian Catholic Record|
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