Vatican City, Sep 19, 2019 / 09:14 am
Pope Francis' now six-member Council of Cardinal Advisors met this week to continue work on the forthcoming apostolic constitution, incorporating into the draft suggestions submitted by bishops' conferences and others during the summer.
According to a brief press release from the Holy See press office Thursday, the council met Sept. 17-19, with a focus on "re-reading and modifying the draft of the new Apostolic Constitution," which has the provisional title Praedicate evangelium.
"This first rereading, which has come to an end, was a passage of listening and reflection that responds to the indications of the Holy Father in the sense of communion and synodality," the statement said.
The new constitution has been the advisory group's key reform project since its establishment in 2013, one month after Pope Francis' election.