VATICAN CITY — The latest discussions coming out of the extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family are continuing to focus on the challenges today’s families face.
This morning the auditors — almost all of them lay couples or individuals — took the floor to explain the pastoral situations they face and the approaches they take in their work to help families. Today’s briefing also covered talks by the synod fathers from yesterday afternoon.
Here are a few highlights of the latest that’s unfolding:
The church needs to show its concern for children who are living in broken families, one bishop told the assembly.
One idea is to set up “support groups,” so kids — so often the victims in difficult family situations — can get additional…
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