The world is abuzz with news about the happenings and possibilities surrounding the 2014 Synod of Bishops on the Family. College students are especially concerned because the progress, decisions, and reflections made during the synod will greatly affect their lives as they mature and discern their vocations. Additionally, Catholic Social Teaching includes a call to family, community, and participation in order to build a just, Christ-centered world for all. Here are different ways to learn about the synod and stay informed as it progresses:
- Learn about marriage and family by visiting the Catholic Apostolate Center’s resource page.
- Find basic information about the Synod from the USCCB.
- Get updates from the Vatican in multiple languages.
- Check out different news sources, such as the Catholic News Agency or the National Catholic Reporter.