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To introduce requirements of intention or faith for the sacrament that go beyond that of marrying according to God's plan from the 'beginning'--in addition to the grave risks that I mentioned in Familiaris consortio (n.
Persona humana 7, 11-12; Familiaris consortio 11; Catechism of the Catholic Church 2348-2350).
John Paul II had since spoken decisively on the matter in Familiaris consortio.
It would be good also to launch a more intense study of Familiaris Consortio, the Apostolic Exhortation following the Synod on the Family, of 1980.
Familiaris consortio, or The role of the Christian family in the modern world, came in 1981, the fourth year of John Paul's pontificate.
He admitted that Pope John Paul II, in his 1981 pastoral letter Familiaris Consortio, reaffirms denial of the Eucharist to those whose second marriages are not witnessed or sanctioned by the official church.
While strategically understandable, it is puzzling that a defense of the family as it sociologically shifts from nuclear to nonnuclear form engages in no extensive discussion of responsible parenthood, Humane vitae, or Familiaris consortio.
In 1981, John Paul II issued his apostolic exhortation Familiaris consortio which provided his thoughts on the synod topic.
Since the family is "an intimate community of life and love" (Gaudium et spes, 48, Vatican II), Pope John Paul II says with great urgency, "The future of humanity passes by way of the family" (Familiaris consortio, S 86).
In Familiaris Consortio, the family is identified as having "vital and organic links with society, since it is its foundation and nourishes it continually.
Lawler, "Interchurch Marriages: Theological and Pastoral Reflections," in his Marriage and the Catholic Church: Disputed Questions (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2002); idem, Ecumenical Marriage and Remarriage: Gifts and Challenges to the Churches (Mystic, CT: Twenty-Third Publications, 1990); John Paul II, "Mixed Marriages," Familiaris consortio, no.
In Familiaris Consortio, published in 1981, he presents this gender-based masculine/feminine complementarity as a "natural complementarity," which in marriage creates between a man and a woman an ever richer union on all levels of the body, the character and the soul, and reveals to the world the new communion of love given by the grace of Christ.

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