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November 25, 2020, by Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis said he was dismayed by Catholic communities and groups that claim to be working to improve Church life, but attempt to do so without prayer, the Eucharist and unity with the rest of the Church. “At times, I feel a great sadness when I see a community that, with goodwill, takes a wrong path because it thinks it is making the Church through gatherings, as if it were a political party: the majority, the minority, what this one thinks of this or that or the other, (saying), ‘This is like a synod, a synodal path that we must take,’” the pope said Nov. 25 during his weekly general audience. “I ask myself, ‘Where is the…


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