17 Ago Enciclica Familiaris Consortio INTRODUCCIÓN PARTE I: LUCES Y SOMBRAS DE LA FAMILIA EN LA ACTUALIDAD PARTE II: EL DESIGNIO. Juan Pablo II, Exhortacion apostolica Familiaris consortio (FC), XI casar civilmente, distanciandose de la enciclica Familiaris Consortio (FC) de Juan.
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The only “place” in which this self-giving fxmiliaris its whole truth is made possible is marriage, the covenant of conjugal love freely and consciously chosen, whereby man and woman accept the intimate community of life and love willed by God Himself  which only in this light manifests its true meaning.
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The Church is deeply convinced that only by familiarks acceptance of the Gospel are the hopes that man legitimately places in marriage and in the family capable of being fulfilled.
Above all it is important to underline the equal dignity and responsibility of women with men. It is, above all, the Church as Mother that gives birth to, educates and builds up the Christian family, by putting into effect in its regard the saving mission which she has received from her Lord.
The gift of Jesus Christ is not exhausted in the actual celebration of the sacrament of marriage, but rather accompanies the married couple throughout their lives. The Second Vatican Council describes the content of Christian education as follows: Augustine, a conflict between two loves: It continues with a description of the expectations of the family relative to the larger society, including service to the poor.
We must therefore go deeper into the unique riches of the family’s mission and probe its contents, which are both manifold and unified. Family fecundity must have an unceasing “creativity,” a marvelous fruit of the Spirit of God, who opens the eyes of the heart to discover the new needs and sufferings of our society and gives courage for accepting them and responding to them. They are both brethren and both fellow-servants; there is no separation between them in spirit or flesh; in fact they are truly two in one flesh and where the flesh is one, one is the spirit.
Thus the couple, while giving themselves to one enciclkca, give not just themselves but also the reality of children, familiarus are a living reflection of their love, a permanent sign of conjugal unity and a living and inseparable synthesis of their being a father and a mother. Supporting the first, illuminating the second and assisting the others, the Church offers her familisris to every person who wonders about the destiny of marriage and the family.
This fertility is directed to the generation of a human being, and so by its nature it surpasses the purely biological order and involves a whole series of familiris values. This broadens enormously the horizons of the parenthood of Christian families: Christ “made them His witnesses and gave them understanding of the faith consortoo the grace of speech cf.
To all those who, in our times, consider it too difficult, or indeed impossible, to be bound to one person for the whole of life, and to those caught up in a culture that rejects the indissolubility of marriage and openly mocks the commitment of spouses to fidelity, it is necessary to reconfirm the rnciclica news of the definitive nature conwortio that conjugal love that has in Christ its foundation and strength. For it devolves on parents to create a family atmosphere so animated with love fakiliaris reverence for God and others that a well-rounded personal and social development will be fostered among the children.
The communion of love between God and people, a fundamental part of the Revelation and faith experience of Israel, finds a meaningful expression in the marriage covenant which is established between a man and a woman.
Rather it is an interior requirement of the covenant of conjugal love which is publicly affirmed as unique and exclusive, in order to live in complete fidelity to the plan of God, the Creator. This totality which is required by conjugal love also corresponds to the demands of responsible fertility. There is also an awareness of the need for the development of interfamily relationships, for reciprocal spiritual and material assistance, the rediscovery of the ecclesial mission proper to the family and its responsibility for the building of a more just society.
Indeed, by means of baptism, man and woman are definitively placed within the new and eternal covenant, in the spousal covenant of Christ with the Church. When, instead, by means of recourse to periods of infertility, the couple respect the inseparable connection between the unitive and procreative meanings of human sexuality, they are acting as “ministers” of God’s plan and they “benefit from” their sexuality according to the original dynamism of “total” selfgiving, without manipulation or alteration.
Their parental love is called to become for the children the visible sign of the very love of God, “from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named. Physical sterility in fact can be for spouses the occasion for other important services to the life of the human person, for example, adoption, various forms of educational work, and assistance to other families and to poor or handicapped children.
Many families are living this situation in fidelity to those values that constitute the foundation of the institution of 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. In fact, “the life of the aging helps to clarify a scale of human values; it shows the continuity of generations and marvelously demonstrates the interdependence of God’s people.
As actuation, it gives them the grace and duty of putting into practice in the present, towards each other and their children, the demands of a love which forgives and redeems. By virtue of their ministry of educating, parents are, through the witness of their lives, the first heralds of the Gospel for their children.
In fact, as was repeatedly denounced by the Synod, the situation experienced by many families in various countries is highly problematical, if not entirely negative: This understanding is, therefore, an inescapable requirement of the work of evangelization.
In so far as the ministry of evangelization and catechesis of the Church of the home is rooted in and derives from the one mission of the Church and is ordained to the upbuilding of the one Body of Christ,  it must remain in intimate communion and collaborate responsibly with all the other evangelizing and catechetical activities present and at work in the ecclesial community at the diocesan and parochial levels.
This fact is explicitly recalled by the Second Vatican Council when it says that Jesus Christ “abides with them so that, just as He loved the Church and handed Familiaaris over on her behalf, the spouses may love each other with perpetual emciclica through mutual self-bestowal The total physical self-giving would be a lie if it were not the sign and fruit of a total personal self-giving, in which the whole person, including the temporal dimension, is present: Gallican Ambrosian Braga Mozarabic.
Christian families will be able to show greater readiness to adopt and foster children who have lost their parents or have been abandoned by them. As the Synod noted, this pedagogy embraces the whole of married life.
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This shared progress demands reflection, instruction and suitable education on the part of the priests, religious and lay people engaged in family pastoral work: It is thus in the love between husband and wife and between the members of the family-a love lived out in all its extraordinary richness of values and demands: The Second Vatican Council’s appeal to go beyond an individualistic ethic therefore also holds good for the family as such.
In this way sexuality is respected and promoted in its truly and fully human dimension, and is never “used” as an “object” that, by breaking the personal unity of soul and body, strikes at God’s creation itself at the level of the deepest interaction of nature and person. Just as the intimate connection between the family and society demands that the family be open to and participate in society and its development, so also it requires that society should never fail in its fundamental task of respecting and fostering the family.
Just as fidelity at times becomes difficult for married people and requires sacrifice, mortification and self-denial, the same can happen to celibate persons, and their fidelity, even in the trials that may occur, should strengthen the fidelity of married couples.
Constrain to simple back and forward steps. Hence the family has the mission to guard, reveal and communicate love, and this is a living reflection of and a real sharing in God’s love for humanity and the love of Christ the Familiwris for the Church His bride.
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And the communion and sharing that are part of everyday life in the home at times of joy and at times of difficulty are the most concrete and effective pedagogy for the active, responsible and fruitful inclusion of the children in the wider horizon of society. This happens when some member of the family does not have the faith or does not practice it with consistency.