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    » 10/22/2005, 00.00

    vatican - china

    Synod writes to Chinese bishops



    Vatican City (AsiaNews) - "Your absence during the Synodal work caused great unhappiness in our soul". The Synodal fathers, "joined with Pope Benedict XVI", wrote to Chinese bishops a message.

    We publish here below the full text of the English version:

    H. Exc. Most Rev. Msg. Antonio LI DUAN, Xi'an
    H. Exc. Most Rev. Msg. Luca LI JINGFENG, Fengxiang
    H. Exc. Most Rev. Msg. Aloysius JIN LUXIAN, S.I., Shanghai
    H. Exc. Most Rev. Msg. Giuseppe WEI JINGYI, Qiqihar

    Vatican City, October 22nd 2005

    Most Desired Brothers in the Episcopacy,

    We, the Synod Fathers, participating in the Eleventh Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, joined with Pope Benedict XVI, wish to give you our fraternal and cordial greetings.
    Your absence during the Synodal work caused great unhappiness in our soul. We would have liked to meet with you and listened to your voices, about your suffered and fruitful ecclesial experience. All this was not possible, but we would like to assure you and the whole Church that is in China that you are present in a particular way in our hearts and in our prayers.
    As you know, the Eucharistic Mystery is the center of our reflections. Regarding this, we would like to underline that it is in the Eucharist itself, source and summit of the life and mission of the Church, all of us are in communion with Christ and with the Universal Church. Because of all of this and with you, we give praise to the Eternal Father, the Giver of all good: from His heart comes the love that is poured to us through the Spirit of the Risen Lord, which makes us "united, heart and soul" (Acts 4:32).
    In the Lord Jesus, we hope that all the ecclesial communities in China may flourish in listening to the Word, in celebrating the Paschal Mystery and in the generous service to the brothers. These hopes include the ardent wish to find soon paths to make full communion more visible. We entrust these wishes to the Most Holy Mary, Mother of the Church, which are accompanied by a fervent prayer by the whole Church.

    H. Exc. Most Rev. Msg. Nikola ETEROVIĆ,
    Titular Archbishop of Sisak,
    Secretary General of the Synod of Bishops

    H .Em. Card. Francis ARINZE,
    Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship
    and the Discipline of the Sacraments
    President Delegate

    H. Em. Card. Juan SANDOVAL ÍÑIGUEZ,
    Archbishop of Guadalajara
    President Delegate

    H. Em. Card. Telesphore Placidus TOPPO,
    Archbishop of Ranchi
    President Delegate

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    See also

    18/10/2005 VATICAN – SYNOD ON THE EUCHARIST
    Pope to write letter to Chinese bishops invited to Synod
    Pope will personally answer the letter send by Mgr Luke Li Jingfeng to express his regrets for not being able to come to the Synod. Mgr Kondrusiewicz, Bishop of Moscow, speaks about the situation of Russian Catholics, expressing hope Pope Benedict XVI and Patriarch Aleksij II can meet each other.

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