Responding to new challenges of the family: that is the aim of the III Congress of Moral Theology, organized by the Pontifical John Paul II Institute
The III Congress of moral theology, on "The Family: A Key for the Church-World Dialogue, 50 Years after Gaudium et Spes," will be held on November 19th and 20th, in Rome.
The Congress, organized by the Pontifical John Paul II Institute, and hosted by the Pontifical Lateran University, intends to seize the new challenges open to the specific mission of the family, by largely amplifying the social dialogue; among these challenges, says the flyer of the event, are "the proclamation of the gospel of the family within a secularized and pluralistic context, the difficult transmission of faith to new generations, and the anthropological urgency and significance of the family as a subject for the common good of society." Among the featured speakers there will be experts and scholars of the International Research Area on Moral Theology (AIRTM). Together with the other participants, they will discuss the above-mentioned issues, with simultaneous translation in Italian, French and English.