March 12 and 13, 2015, on the initiative of the Faculty of Canon Law, the Conference Marriage and family took place, considering the “anthropological question” and evangelization of the family.
This initiative, undertaken in collaboration with other Faculties, represents a positive contribute to the Church’s reflection on the reality of marriage and the family during this inter-synod period.
The common feature of the different contributions was the study of the “anthropological question” that emerges in the different fields of knowledge: from Theological and Philosophical Anthropology to Sacramental Theology, Canon Law of Marriage, and the Pastoral Care of Marriage.
Besides presentations on anthropological, theological and juridical issues, there was also time dedicated to practical sessions in which experts working in the field presented initiatives that have produced abundant fruit in two areas: marriage preparation and accompaniment of the married couples in their journey together, in both good and trying times.
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