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Title: 'A conversion … in the language we use'
Authors: Pace, Paul
Delicata, Nadia
Keywords: European Society of Catholic Theology
Marriage -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church
Language and languages -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Natural law -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church
Theology -- Malta -- Congresses
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Pace, P. & Delicata, N. (2015). “A Conversion … in the Language We Use”. Melita Theologica, Vol. 65(1), p. 75-96
Abstract: Pope Francis’ challenge to seek and find an adequate pastoral response to new family situations needs to be taken up boldly. There is no doubt that an important way of doing this is to reflect on the way we, as Church, consider family issues ad intra, but we also need to look at how we seek to communicate truths about the family with and to the world. Is the “Gospel of the Family” offering hope and joy to those in the fold who are struggling with complex family situations? Is it encouraging the conversion of those often deemed to be on the “margins” of the Church? Is our message about family life persuasive – in particular, in our case, in a strongly secularist European context?
ISSN: 1012-9588
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