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Dear Friends,

Greetings to you from the Continental Assembly of the Synod in Prague. I do hope some of you managed to view some of the presentations, feedback, and interventions on the livestream link I shared with you on 1st February as well as our moments of prayer and the daily Masses.New content has been uploaded to our 
account each day and you will find the latest videos in relation to the assembly, along with our other video resources there. You’ll find some of the same content on our homepage at 
and on our social media accounts.As the continental assembly continues, please do keep all the participants your prayers. 

Julieann Moran
General SecretarySynodal Sunday Reflection for 12th FebruaryThis Sunday, Grace McCann, Pastoral Renewal and Faith Development Worker in the diocese of Down and Connor reflects on Pope Francis’ letter Christus vivit, Christ is alive, and reminds us that Jesus too was a young person who had a spirit of innovation just like other young people. Please do share these videos as widely as possible – on your websites, your social media platforms, and with others on your networks. You’ll continue to find these videos, and other video resources on our website, 
on our 
YouTube Channel
Facebook and Twitter for ease of sharing.
Sunday, 12th February 2023
A reflection on Christus Vivit with Grace McCann.
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