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  • Amoris Laetitia, chapter 5 – Love made fruitful

    165.  Love always gives life. Conjugal love “does not end with the couple… The couple, in giving themselves to one another, give not just themselves but also the reality of children, who are a living reflection of their love, a permanent sign of their conjugal unity and a living and

  • Amoris Laetitia, chapter 3 – Looking to Jesus: The vocation of the family

    58.  In and among families, the Gospel message should always resound; the core of that message, the kerygma, is what is “most beautiful, most excellent, most appealing and at the same time most necessary”.50 This message “has to occupy the centre of all evangelizing activity”.51 It is the first and

  • Amoris Laetitia, chapter 6 – Some pastoral perspectives

    199.  The dialogue that took place during the Synod raised the need for new pastoral methods. I will attempt to mention some of these in a very general way. Different communities will have to devise more practical and effective initiatives that respect both the Church’s teaching and local problems and

  • Amoris Laetitia, chapter 7 – Towards a better education of children

    259.  Parents always influence the moral development of their children, for better or for worse. It follows that they should take up this essential role and carry it out consciously, enthusiastically, reasonably and appropriately. Since the educational role of families is so important, and increasingly complex, I would like to

  • Amoris Laetitia, chapter 1 – In the light of the Word

    8. The Bible is full of families, births, love stories and family crises. This is true from its very first page, with the appearance of Adam and Eve’s family with all its burden of violence but also its enduring strength (cf. Gen 4) to its very last page, where we behold

  • Anatomy of Pope Francis' latest bombshell

    Anatomy of Pope Francis' latest bombshell

    ROME – Pope Francis’ highly anticipated document on the family will be unveiled on Friday. Called “Amoris Laetitia, on love in the family”, it’s expected to touch on several hot-button issues, including Communion for divorced and civilly remarried Catholics. The text, said to be close to 250-pages long and divided