...is surely Fr Hunwicke's Liturgical Notes.
Corruption, which is always something done 'in secret' seems to be 'one of the greatest evils'
in the world today, according to His Holiness.
Therefore, the cloak of 'anonymity' should not be enforced upon those present at the Synod.
Let the Bishops and Cardinals speak their minds and be seen to be accountable, not only to God,
but to the People of God for having said it.
If it is anonymous, it isn't really Parrhesia.
"A synod without freedom is not a synod. It is a conference. The synod, instead, is a protected space in which the Holy Spirit can work. And for this reason the persons must be free. This is why I will not allow the things that each one says to be published with name and surname. No, it should not be known who has said it. I have no problem with revealing what has been said, but not who has said it, in such a way that one may feel free to say what one wishes." ~ Pope Francis