The Pastoral Care of the Family

The Scientific Reflection and the Pastoral Care

 

Editing:

Fr RYSZARD KAMIŃSKI, Fr GRZEGORZ PYŹLAK, Fr JACEK GOLEŃ

 

THE CONTENTS

 

The foreword of Bishop Kazimierz Górny – the Chairman of the Council for the Family at the Conference of the Polish Episcopate

 

Introduction

Chapter I. THE PASTORAL CARE OF THE FAMILY AS A SCIENTIFIC REFLECTION

(Father Ryszard Kamiński)

 

1. The concept and the issues of the Pastoral Care of the Family

2. The complementary nature of the scientific reflection and of the practice of the Pastoral Care of the Family

3. The normative and the practical character of the Pastoral Care of the Family

4. The research methods of the Pastoral Care of the Family

5. The Pastoral Care for the Family and other fields  of science

6. The Pastoral Care for the Family research centres in Poland

 

Chapter II. THE BASES FOR THE PASTORAL CARE OF THE FAMILY

 

1. The origins and the development of the Pastoral Care of the Family (Father Bronisław Mierzwiński, Father Paweł Landwójtowicz)

2. The anthropological bases for the Pastoral Care of the Family (Father Bogdan Czupryn)

3. The Biblical and the theological bases for the Pastoral Care of the Family (Father Mirosław Brzeziński)

       3.1. God’s plan for the marriage and the family

       3.2. The sacramental nature of marriage (Father Włodzimierz Wieczorek)

       3.3. The spiritual life in the Christian marriage and in the family (Father Włodzimierz Wieczorek)

4. The sociological bases for the Pastoral Care of the Family (Father Kazimierz Święs)

5. The psychological bases for the Pastoral Care of the Family (Father Antoni Tomkiewicz)

6. The pedagogical bases for the Pastoral Care of the Family (Beata Parysiewicz)

7. The medical and biological bases for the Pastoral Care of the Family (Urszula Dudziak)

 

Chapter III. BRIGHT SPOTS AND SHADOWS FOR THE FAMILY TODAY

 

1. The appreciation of the responsible parenthood (Bożena Bassa)

2. The family policy of the state (Jerzy Gocko SDB)

3. Feminism (Father  Adam Dzióba)

4. Homosexualism (Józef Augustyn SJ)

5. Contraception (Father Tadeusz Zadykowicz)

6. Abortion (Father  Mirosław Kalinowski)

7. Euthanasia (Father Sławomir Nowosad)

8. Family pathologies (Beata Parysiewicz)

 

Chapter IV: THE PASTORAL CARE OF THE FAMILY AS THE SAVING MINISTRY OF THE CHURCH FOR THE FAMILY (Father Wiesław Przygoda)

 

1. The Pastoral Care of the Family as the saving ministry of the Church

2. The saving ministry of the Church for the marriage and the family         

3. The object of the saving ministry of the Church for the marriage and the family

4. The aim of the saving ministry of the Church for the marriage and the family

 

Chapter V. THE STRUCTURES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE FAMILY PASTORAL CARE

(Father Jarosław Kamiński)

 

1. The structures and functions in the Church in general

         1.1. The Pontifical Council for the family

         1.2. The World Meetings of Families

2. The structures and functions of the Church in Poland

         2. 1. The Polish Episcopal Conference Council for the Family Affairs

         2.2. The National Centre for the Pastoral Care of the Family

                2.2.1. The President of the National Centre for the Pastoral Care of the Family

               2.2.2. The National  Family Life Adviser

               2.2.3. The areas and session of the Pastoral Care of the Family

3. The structure and functions of a diocesan
        3.1. The diocesan family priest
        3.2. The diocesan family life counsellor
        3.4. The structure and functions in a deanery
        3.5 The structures and functions in a parish

 

Chapter VI. THE AIMS OF THE PASTORAL CARE OF THE FAMILY         

 

1.The  concern for the community dimension of the family (Father Jarosław Kamiński)
2. The concern for the sacramental nature of marriage (Father Jarosław Kamiński)
3. The concern for the human life (Father Jarosław Kamiński)
       3.1. The concern for the conceived child
       3.2. The concern for the human life of the old and the sick
4. Preparing for the marriage and the family life (Father Grzegorz Pyźlak)
       4.1. The features of the  preparation for the marriage and family life
       4.2. The stages of the preparation for the sacrament of marriage and the family life
              4.2.1. The remote preparation for the sacrament of Marriage

              4.2.2. The proximate preparation for the sacrament of Marriage
              4.2.3. The immediate preparation for the sacrament of Marriage
5. The catechesis of the spouses and parents (Father Andrew Kiciński)
6. The marriage  and family counseling
        6.1. The parish family counseling (Father Jacek Goleń)
              6.1.1. The tasks of the parish family counseling centres
              6.1.2. The requirements for the family life consultants
              6.1.3. The organization of work in the parish family counseling centres
        6.2. The specialist marriage and family couseling centres  (Elżbieta Trubiłowicz)
        6.3. The pastoral helpline (Father Mirosław Kalinowski)
7. The spiritual direction for the spouses (Father Jacek Goleń)
8. The comprehensive family support
         8.1. The pastoral visits paid to the families (Father Dariusz Lipiec)
         8.2. Creating family communities (Father Jacek Goleń)

         8.3. Family retreat (Father Stanisław Dyk)
9.Educating parents (Father Adam Skreczko)
10. Catechesis in the family (Sister Halina Wrońska)
11.Media in the family life (Father Jarosław Woźniak)
12. The concern for the family in special situations
         12.1. The pastoral conversation in the moments of difficulties in the transitions of the family life (Father Antoni Tomkiewicz)
         12.2. The pastoral concern for the people living in non-sacramental relationships (Father Jarosław Kamiński)
         12.3. The single parent family ministry. (Father Jacek Goleń)
         12.4. The mixed religion marriages ministry. (Wiesław Bar OFM Conv)
         12.5. The pastoral care of the families that live with disabilities (Father Andrzej Kiciński)
                12.5.1. The pastoral care of the families that live with physical disabilities
                12.5.2. The pastoral care of the families that live with mental disabilities
                12.5.3. The pastoral care of the families that live with intellectual disabilities
          12.6. The impact of unemployment on the family (Father Bronisław Mierzwiński)
          12.7. Helping the families which are experiencing separation due to the work migration
(Father Józef Mikołajec)
          12.8. The psychological and spiritual help in the situation of a family member's death (Father Jerzy Szymołon)
          12.9. Helping the family in case of an illness and death (Father Leon Szot)
          12.10. The pastoral aspect of widowhood (Robert Bieleń SDB)
13. Helping dysfunctional families
          13.1. Helping families with the problem of drug addiction (Iwona Niewiadomska, Joanna Chwaszcz, Father Arkadiusz Nesterenko)
          13.2. Helping families with the problem of the addiction to the media (Robert Bieleń SDB)
          13.3. Helping families suffering from the physical and psychological violence  (Iwona Niewiadomska, Joanna Chwaszcz)

 

ChapterVII. THE FAMILY AS THE SUBJECT OF THE REALIZATION OF  THE CHURCH

 

         7.1. Family members
                7.1.1.Men as  husbands and fathers (Father Bronislaw Mierzwiński)
                7.1.2. Women as wives and mothers (Father Zbigniew Zarembski)
                7.1.3. Children in the family (Father Marian Zając)
                7.1.4. The elderly in the family(Father Zbigniew Zarembski)
         7.2. The family as the domestic Church (Marek Fiałkowski OFM Conv)
         7.3. The family as the environment for education about the life in a marriage and a family (Father Jacek Goleń)

         7.4. The  educational mission of the Christian family to teach the apostolate (Father Dariusz Lipiec)
         7.5. The family apostolate groups (Bishop Wiesław Śmigiel)
         7.6. The associations of the Catholic families (Bishop Wieslaw Śmigiel)

Chapter VIII. THE FORMATION OF THE LAY APOSTOLATE MEMBERS WHO ARE BEING PREPARED FOR THE PASTORAL CARE OF THE FAMILY


1. The  methods for the preparation of  the lay workers of the pastoral care of the family (Father Adam Skreczko)
        1.1.The Diocesan Study of the  Family Life
        1.2. The Family Studies
2. The formation of the alumni of the pastoral care of the family studies (Father Jacek Goleń)
        2.1. The human formation in preparing the alumni for the pastoral care of the family studies
        2.2. The spiritual formation in preparing the alumni of the pastoral care of the family studies

        2.3. The intellectual formation in preparing the alumni of the pastoral care of the family studies

        2.4. The formation of the pastoral ministry students to serve the marriage and the family
3. The formation of those working in the family pastoral care (Father Jerzy Szymołon)
        3.1. The formation of the clergy engaged in family pastoral care
        3.2. The formation of the laity

CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
BIOGRAPHIES  OF THE AUTHORS
SUBJECT  INDEX
ABBREVIATIONS

 

 

Autor: Grzegorz Pyźlak
Ostatnia aktualizacja: 20.09.2013, godz. 14:34 - Grzegorz Pyźlak