Our Common Humanity
As pastors we are aware that the conversation about unborn life is sensitive, delicate and, indeed, painful for many. We offer our reflections with the greatest of respect for everyone while wishing to make some points clearly and unambiguously. Fundamental right Every one of us has a right to our life. It is not given […] More
15. Getting married – what does it add to our lives?
Life as a couple – does it have anything to do with society and with the Church? Some people say: It has nothing to do with anyone but me, no one has any right to say anything about my marriage… There is some truth in this, at least in part. Marriage is first and essentially […] More
17. Why have a family?
We hear about love in a family, complaints in a family, problems in a family. Isn’t this because the family has its deepest roots in life and happiness? Modern psychology has shown the necessity of a loving family for the development of a child. Yes, we reach an age when it is considered normal to […] More
37. Does the Church help in the fight against Aids?
Handing out condoms to teenagers and young adults is not an efficient way to stop the spread of AIDS. Studies show that condoms are used less often as the number of instances of sexual encounters increase. It is rather by developing responsible behavior and ethics about love that we will have the best defense in […] More
5. Man Woman. Living the difference.
The difference between a man and a woman is a gift of God. It is this difference that allows us to meet, to love and to support each other through life. Each and every one of our cells, without exception, carries male or female chromosomes. The sex of each one of us, the difference between […] More
7. Is happiness only for married couples?
Marriage is not the only context in which we can fulfill our capacity to love. Friendship and the giving of ‘self’ are also precious expressions of love. There are men and women who decide not to marry, not because they scorn or reject it but simply because they feel an exclusive call. For example, priests, […] More