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Amoris laetitia

 

​Accompanying, Discerning, Integrating Weakness

Should we be worried that a Jesuit Pope is offering, as a pastoral approach for the whole Church, the experience of the charism of accompaniment ...

A missionary gaze

The title of Pope Francis’ post-synodal apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia: The Joy of Love contains, in two words, the whole of the message. It connects ...

At her most luminous

“When the Church tirelessly listens, heals, reconciles, she is at her most luminous: a communion of love, compassion, consolation, a clear reflection of the Risen ...

The relevance of some reflections by Karol Wojtyła for understanding Amoris Laetitia: creative fidelity

An important debate took place in Krakow on December 16th and 17th, 1970. Archbishop Karol Wojtyła had just finished a dense book that, among other ...

The joy of love and the consternation of theologians

I remember coming across a cartoon in a French newspaper a while ago. I think it was in L’Aube. Several theologians, each sitting atop his ...

The Joy of Love

To clearly reaffirm not “the ideal” of the family, but its rich and complex reality, in order to reflect on love in the family together ...

The Good News for families

For Amoris Laetitia to be released in the very midst of the Jubilee of Mercy is significant, and to this the text refers three times, ...

Simple like a 'Good Evening'

The evening of 13 March 2013, the first words of the newly-elected Pope Francis to the people gathered in St Peter’s Square and throughout the ...

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Nov. 24, 2017