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It certainly looks like one, as evident in the fact that its loudest champions favor sweeping changes to perennial teaching.
The progressives in the Church cast the Synod on Synodality as a kind of de facto Vatican III that should consolidate and augment the liberalism of Vatican II.
So far, the synodal “listening sessions” in countries such as Germany have occasioned little more than subversion of the Catholic faith. Müller’s fears are entirely justified. The cardinal Pope Francis has chosen to run the Synod on Synodality speaks volumes about its direction. He chose Jesuit Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich, the archbishop of Luxembourg, who is on record rejecting the Church’s perennial teaching on the sinfulness of homosexual acts. “I think it is time for a fundamental revision of the doctrine,” he has said. Hollerich is openly hostile to traditionalists within the Church and sees the Synod on Synodality as an opportunity for the Church to adapt to the “changing mindsets” of the modern world. …