A Pro Life Rally For Life In Dublin – Organised By Belfast Based “Precious Life”
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The Couples for Christ (abbreviated as CFC) is an international Catholic lay ecclesial movement whose goal is to renew and strengthen Christian family life and values. It is one of 122 International Associations of the Faithful. It is led by an International Council, which operates in the Philippines under the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines and can report directly to the Vatican. The community is made up of family ministries, social arms, and a pro-life ministry.
Couples for Christ (CFC) traces its origin to Manila, Philippines. It was established in 1981 by the charismatic community Ang Ligaya ng Panginoon (LNP) as its outreach to evangelize married couples. In 1993, a group led by Francisco Padilla, one of the original members recruited by LNP in 1981, severed CFC’s ties from LNP citing differences in evangelization approaches. Padilla was CFC’s Executive Director until 2007.
In August 2007, the same group of leaders announced the creation of a separate group known as Couples for Christ Foundation for Family and Life (CFC-FFL.). This development, particularly since it was a direct offshoot of the bi-annual CFC elections that saw Frank Padilla and his group defeated, caused a division of membership within CFC, as some of its membership migrated to Foundation for Family and Life (FFL).
On the causes and treatment of abortion and sterility: Being the result of an extended practical inquiry into the physiological and morbid conditions … affections, and the diseases of menstrusation
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