Category Archives: Media education

Saint Joseph: A Modern Model of a Father Figure?

In a world “without fathers” – in which fatherhood seems to be increasingly more fluid and difficult to exercise – Pope Francis proposes looking at a father figure who today’s society greatly needs. It is well-known that the Pope announced (on December 8th, 2020) that 2021 will be a special year dedicated to St. Joseph,…
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5 tips to Improve Communication in the Family

We noticed that among the most read articles of 2020 there is one that outlines ten tips on how to improve communication within the family. Such great interest in this article might be due to the fact that we have found ourselves home-bound for the past year in the midst of a global health crisis.…
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Euthanasia: Can Dying Truly Be a Free Choice?

Euthanasia is becoming an increasingly common legal option in the Western world. The former Dutch administration, led by liberal Mark Rutte until his recent resignation, expanded access to euthanasia for terminal patients ages one to twelve years old – with their parents’ consent. While in New Zealand, 65% of voters voted in favor of euthanasia…
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Letter to a teenage son

It's the open door to your room to remind me that you're not there. It is always wide open when you leave, and always closed when you come back. At the beginning, but I couldn't even say when it started, I experienced it as an exclusion, and I was sorry, I confess. Now, it's not…
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