Parliament major speaker Dr Hans Küng called on the Vatican to heed reform calls in the Roman Catholic Church, The Age reported today. ”Already the successor of this Pope will have to face the situation that churches are more and more empty, and parishes are without pastors, and communities are dissolving,” Küng said, arguing that reforms not discussed during Vatican II must be acknowledged soon.
Dr Hans Küng is the president of the Global Ethic Foundation of Tübingen University. On Monday he launched his economic ethical manifesto at the Parliament of the World’s Religions.
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