March 10, 2013. (Romereports.com)
Abortion, bioethics, divorced couples and having a true understanding of
marriage. Being open to life and being able to divide one's time
between raising a family and intense work hours.
These are just
some of the reasons why the issue of 'families' will be a top priority
for the next Pope. Cardinal Sean O'Malley, says that the family is
definitely a priority for the Church.
CARD. SEAN O'MALLEY
Archbishop of Boston (USA)
“We still have so much to do to be able to teach people about marring. The people are opened to the Gospel of life, so in part of the new evangelization has to be joyfully... being for life and showing people that life is so important.”
One of Benedict XVI's last trips was to Milan where he led the World Meeting of Families. That next meeting will be in Philadelphia, where the next Pope is expected to pay a visit.