Synod of Bishops
Synode des evêques
Sinodo dei Vescovi
15 Sep 1965, Vatican City, when instituted by Pope Paul VI.
Encourage close union and valued assistance between the Sovereign Pontiff and the bishops of the entire world; ensure that direct and real information is provided on questions and situations touching upon the internal action of the Church and its necessary activity in the world of today; facilitate better understanding of essential points of doctrine and promote pastoral initiatives in the life of the Church.
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Ordinary General Assembly; Ordinary Council; Special Councils; General Secretary.
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