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Extent: Pamphlet

Pages: 15

Size: 11 x 24 x 0.1cm

Publisher: Veritas

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The Meaning of Marriage (English Version)

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Marriage is a unique relationship different from all others for a reason.



The family is experiencing a profound cultural crisis, as are all communities and social bonds. In the case of the family, the weakening of these bonds is particularly serious because the family is the fundamental cell of society, where we learn to live with others despite our differences and to belong to one another; it is also the place where parents pass on the faith to their children.



Marriage now tends to be viewed as a form of mere - emotional satisfaction that can be constructed in any way or modified at will. But the indispensible contribution of marriage to society transcends the feelings and momentary needs of the couple. As the French bishops have taught, it is not born `of loving sentiment, ephemeral by definition, but from the depth of the obligation assumed by the spouses who accept to enter a total communion of life'.



- POPE FRANCIS, The Joy of the Gospel, 66

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