Pope Francis and other 1960’s liberals think the synodal process will generate the kind of excitement and enthusiasm that these same 1960’s liberals experienced in the 1960’s. But even liberal theologian Dr. Faggioli says it isn’t capturing the imagination of the young, especially the disaffected young, the nones.
There are two articles of interest this morning. These are conservative but scholarly and make a great deal of sense and give us hope that after this papacy has concluded and an entire new generation of the Church now experiences the chaos that was prevalent in the Church in the 1960’s, the way forward will be a recovery of the John Paul II and Benedict era of reform in continuity and respecting and holding as sacred what the Church has perennially held as important and sacred: Scripture and Tradition as well as the historic liturgy of the Church:
From Rorate Caeli: