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The role of the elderly

From On the Family The pastoral activity of the Church must help everyone to discover and to make good use of the role of the elderly within the civil and ecclesial community, in particular within the family.


A man is called upon

From On the Family In reliving on earth the very fatherhood of God, a man is called upon to ensure the harmonious and united development of all the members of the family.


Love for his wife

From On the Family Love for his wife as mother of their children … [is] for the man the natural way of understanding and fulfilling his own fatherhood.


My soul yearns for you

My soul yearns for you in the night, yes, my spirit within me keeps vigil for you.  Isaiah 27:9


So that they may not become discouraged

Fathers, do not provoke your children, so that they may not become discouraged.  Colossians 3:21


Do nothing out of selfishness

Do nothing out of selfishness … rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves.  Phillipians 2:3


You become a voice for life

From Follow the Way of Love Within your family, when you shun violent words and actions and look for peaceful ways to resolve conflict, you become a voice for life.


Genuine human love is self-giving

From  On Anthropological Foundation of the Family Address of Pope Benedict XVI at the Ecclesial Congress of the Diocese of Rome Genuine human love is self-giving and cannot exist if it seeks to detach itself from the Cross.


The gift of creation has been raised

From  On Anthropological Foundation of the Family Address of Pope Benedict XVI at the Ecclesial Congress of the Diocese of Rome The sacramental quality that marriage assumes in Christ… means that the gift of creation has been raised to the grace of redemption.


The blueprint of human love

On Anthropological Foundation of the Family Address of Pope Benedict XVI at the Ecclesial Congress of the Diocese of Rome The blueprint of human love is also definitely set out, that reciprocal “yes” which cannot be revoked.


The mystery of God’s love

From On Anthropological Foundation of the Family Address of Pope Benedict XVI at the Ecclesial Congress of the Diocese of Rome The mystery of God’s love for men and women receives its linguistic form from the vocabulary of marriage and the family.


The true freedom

From Address of Pope Benedict XVI at the Sixth World Meeting of Families The true freedom of the human being derives from his creation in the image and likeness of God.


How beautiful it is

From Address of Pope Benedict XVI at the Sixth World Meeting of Families How beautiful it is to gather as a family to let God speak to the hearts of its members through his living and effective Word.


The civilization of love

From Letter to Families from Pope John Paul II for 1994 – Year of the Family Responsible fatherhood and motherhood is an integral part of the “civilization of love.”


The mutual gift of self

From Letter to Families from Pope John Paul II for 1994 – Year of the Family In the conjugal act, husband and wife are called to confirm… the mutual gift of self which they have made to each other in the marriage covenant.


The responsibility for new life

From Letter to Families from Pope John Paul II for 1994 – Year of the Family The man and the woman must assume together, before themselves and before others, the responsibility for the new life which which they have brought into existence.


back again to the Eucharist

From Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan Marriage continually sends the believing Catholic back again to the Eucharist. Marriage is a school for gratitude.


In the Eucharist

From Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan In the Eucharist, Catholic couples meet the one who is the source of their marriage.


We have to grow

From Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan We have to grow according to the love to which we have been configured.


Love grows through love

From God is Love Love … by its very nature must then be shared with others. Love grows through love.


The guiding principle

From Address of Pope John Paul II at the Fourth World Meeting of Families Make the Gospel the guiding principle of your families, and make your families a page of the Gospel written for our time!


Do not forget family prayer

From Address of Pope John Paul II at the Fourth World Meeting of Families Dear Christian couples… do not forget that family prayer is a sure way to remain united in a way of life in harmony with God’s will.


Conjugal love presupposes and requires

From On the Family Authentic conjugal love presupposes and requires that a man have a profound respect for the equal dignity of his wife.


His gift and role as husband and father

From On the Family Within the conjugal and family communion-community, the man is called upon to live his gift and role as husband and father.


A school for nurturing gratitude

From Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan Marriage, then, is to be a school for nurturing gratitude … and for openness to the gifts of God that are proper to marriage.


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