conjugal union

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For the married, the commandment enjoins a free and responsible fidelity to a conjugal union that is life-long.
Amoris Laetitia does reiterate previous Vatican statements precluding contraception, such as "the conjugal union is ordered to procreation 'by its very nature,'" but some members of the hierarchy continue to take a progressive interpretation.
In 2004 the State of Louisiana passed a piece of legislation stating that marriage was a conjugal union between a man and a woman.
This type of conjugal arrangement even surpasses half of the population from 18 to 29 years of age that, at the moment of the survey, declared to be living in a conjugal union for the cases of Tijuana and Rosarito.
In such a lawsuit, a spouse alleges, for example, that that their conjugal union is too damaged to continue the marriage.
Consider the institution of marriage, understood traditionally as a kind of conjugal union, for which during pleasurable coitus, the intention to procreate and rear children is not separated from the intention to promote the "faithful clinging to each other exclusively as best of friends" that St.
Rosmini has many beautiful things to say about marital love and the conjugal union.
It protects human life from the moment of conception and defines marriage as "understood to be the conjugal union of a man and a woman" The family is recognised as "the basis for the survival of the nation.
Thus, the inherent orientation of conjugal union to children
ii) any kind of conjugal union with more than one person at the same time, whether or not it is by law recognized as a binding form of marriage, or
To resolve this problem we need to spread awareness in society so that we do not marry girls who are not mature enough for conjugal union.