A day of study on "Family and consecrated Life in the one body of Christ" on March 17th, at the Antonianum
"Mutual Enrichment: Family and Consecrated Life in the Unique Body of Christ" is the theme of the day of study organized by the Franciscan Institute of Spirituality of the Pontifical University Antonianum for Thursday, March 17th, in the auditorium of the Antonianum in Rome. The initiative, planned to start at 9:00 am, is divided into two morning and afternoon sessions. After the greetings of Sister Mary Melone, Rector of the Pontifical University Antonianum, Gary Bryant, Dean of the Franciscan Institute of Spirituality, and Remo Di Pinto, President of the Secular Franciscan Order, will speak. They will be followed by the biblical scholar Fr. Roberto Pasolini, with a lecture on "Including the Other: Consecrated Life and the Family in a Wholly Baptismal Church," and Msgr. Paolo Martinelli, Auxiliary Bishop of Milan, who will speak about "Consecrated Life and the Family in a Wholly Missionary Church: Paths of Reciprocity." In the afternoon, there will be time for a round table of sharing on "experiences of fruitful communion." Fr. Roberto Tamanti, professor at the Pontifical Theological Faculty of St. Bonaventure - Seraphicum in Rome, will conclude the day.