In Rome, a visiting professors course will promote a family culture increasingly oriented to the help those who are distanced and wounded
The visiting professors course "Practices of a good life for a culture of the family", organized in Rome by the Pontifical John Paul II Institute, will take place from 8 to 12 February.
The five days of study, inspired by the "outgoing" family promoted by Pope Francis ("that heals wounds, builds bridges, goes in search of the lost and helps to carry the burdens of one another") and coordinated by Professor Stephan Kampowski , will give the opportunity to benefit from the teaching of Professor Luis Granados, from Colorado (his lecture is entitled "A family friendly parish: save the family through practices"), Professor Christopher Lutz, who teaches at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology in the United States ("Virtue, good practices of life and culture"), and Professor Mateo Martino, Theological Faculty of Northern Italy, ("Family and human transmission. The unsurpassed religious quality of the parent-child relation ship"). A public conference (free admission) is scheduled for February 11th, at 5:00 pm, where all three professors will speak.