There were 23 5 minute interventions on the Second Day of the Synod.
Among the points made, these could be interesting.
The so-called biblia pauperum is still important. "The bible of the poor", is comprised of non-literary works, such as icons, images, hymns, windows, etc. These things are helps to lectio divina as well.
Some expressed a concern about "arbitary interpretations" of Scripture coming from some exegetes and from the media, especially having to do with films that have any biblical theme, or in non-scientific (scholarly) publications which can also confuse even priests. It was repeated that in Latin America this is a problem. Latin America has 43% of the Catholic faithful and in the last 40 years, the Church has lost 15% of her members.
Some want easier translations.
A "general homiletic directory" for priests was proposed. Homilies should not be boring. [We need a Synod to help us with that?] And should be "joyful". [Oh really? Always?]
The 8 member post-Synodal committee was elected with Archbp. Ravasi as its head. They will propose the themes from the Synod to the Holy Father.
UPDATE 20:50 GMT:
A curiosity: For those of you who care, you can call into the Holy See Press Office for an automated recording with a brief summary in Italian of some of the barebones of the day’s work of the Synod.
Yes, the sound quality (at least today) really was as bad as this. But I expected little else.