Under the title "Whose Children? The Future that Awaits Us" this book invites us to leave relativity behind in order to rediscover our true identity and that of the family
For the man of the twenty-first century, the only problem seems to be that of personal well-being, an idol to which everything is to be sacrifice—even, if necessary, life in the couple and the family. This subject is discussed at length by Fr. Stefano Tardani, founder of the Movimento dell’Amore Familiare (Love for Family Movement) in his first book, "Whose Children? The Future that Awaits Us" (448 pages, published by Ancora).
The author, with a perspective that is simultaneously anthropological, sociological and psychological, delves into the intimacy of contemporary man and woman in order to bring out the wounds and the potential that remains latent, because society incites them to rely exclusively on wealth, be it material or scientific, resources that make it increasingly difficult for ethics and the conscience to harness and govern them. Well-being has the priority and, so, everything else becomes relative, except relativism itself. Therefore, to keep the family from being dislocated and confused with other human associations that present themselves as comparable products, Fr. Stefano indicates to man and woman a path that they can walk on together, in order to rediscover their Christian roots, those that reveal to us our true identity by telling us that we are firstly children of the same Father and, hence, all brothers. The book has already been translated into English and Portuguese and, next year, versions in Spanish, French, Polish, Chinese and Arabic will be published.