The 14 recommendations based on key findings include: Establish guidelines to end sexual, mental and physical violence. To change Catholic theology, doctrine and liturgical practices in order to ensure that women, youth and families are respected and can participate fully in all aspects of Church life. Combat corruption and economic mismanagement by implementing transparent and accountable decision-making and management practices. To enable Catholic social education to deal with poverty, climate change, homelessness, war and economic injustice.
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