I found a cleaner, less-raw translation at News.Va--
A synodal Church is a Church which listens, which realizes that listening “is more than simply hearing”... It is a mutual listening in which everyone has something to learn. The faithful people, the college of bishops, the Bishop of Rome: all listening to each other, and all listening to the Holy Spirit...
Synodality, as a constitutive element of the Church... the Church is nothing other than the “journeying together” of God’s flock along the paths of history towards the encounter with Christ the Lord... in the Church, it is necessary that each person “lower” himself or herself, so as to serve our brothers and sisters along the way.
I am persuaded that in a synodal Church, greater light can be shed on the exercise of the Petrine primacy. The Pope is not, by himself, above the Church; but within it as one of the baptized, and within the College of Bishops as a Bishop among Bishops, called at the same time — as Successor of Peter — to lead the Church of Rome which presides in charity over all the Churches.
As a Church which “journeys together” with men and women, sharing the travails of history, let us cherish the dream that a rediscovery of the inviolable dignity of peoples and of the function of authority as service will also be able to help civil society to be built up in justice and fraternity, and thus bring about a more beautiful and humane world for coming generations.
Hopefully you will read the entirety of the October 17 speech: