Description: Cardinal Wilfrid Napier of South Africa has praised new processes at this year’s Synod, which have helped avoid the “ideology agendas” that marred the last several days of the 2014 Synod. He and other African bishops have found the new emphasis on small groups to be very helpful, because they allow much more time for reflection and learning. We’ll hear more about everything that’s been happening in Rome from Colin Donovan.
Colin Donovan is the Vice President for Theology at EWTN and the host of the Friday edition of Open Line on EWTN Radio. He also moderates the EWTN Theology Roundtable and co-hosted “Last Things: In Time and Eternity.” He has a Licentiate in Sacred Theology from Pontifical University of St Thomas Aquinas in Rome.