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Experts Discuss the Relevance of Humanae Vitae: Insights from the Vatican Conference

In this enlightening video, experts gather at the Vatican to delve into the enduring relevance of Humanae Vitae, a landmark church document on married life. Published by Saint Paul VI in 1968, Humanae Vitae is hailed as a testament against the manipulation of human life and offers insights into God's plan for marriage and the transmission of life. Join us as we hear from Professor Pia de Solenni, a distinguished Moral Theologian, Ethicist, and Cultural Analyst, who shares her thoughts on this two-day event. The conference, organized by the Lejeune Foundation and members of the Pontifical Academy for Life, aims to address recent confusion surrounding statements related to the teaching of Humanae Vitae. The participants, including practitioners from various fields, such as academia, medical doctors, and parish workers, shed light on the anthropological aspects and conscience in understanding the document's relevance. Discover the joy and profound insights shared during this conference, as experts delve into what it means to be human, the development of human love, and the importance of forming conscience.

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