From the latest report of Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register about the Synod:
The report was published as Cardinal Kasper’s proposal appeared to be dead in the water among the majority of the synod fathers. Most of the small groups either were clearly unfavorable towards it or did not mention it.
Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki, president of the Polish bishops’ conference, said there was “not one word” about the issue in his small group. The French Catholic newspaper La Croix reported that only one in four of the synod fathers were now in favor.
The draft relatio finalis will be presented later today to the synod fathers who will be able to request amendments tomorrow. The synod secretariat will present the final text in Italian on Saturday morning (with an interpreter giving a live translation), and it will be voted upon, paragraph by paragraph, on Saturday afternoon, with all paragraphs requiring a two-thirds vote of approval from the synod fathers.
Go here to read the rest. PopeWatch predicts the final report will be leaked about a nanosecond after the Pope reads it. This must be intensely annoying to the Pope, all that wasted effort to rig the Synod. Perhaps he will see the hand of God in this failure.