Pontificium Consilium pro Familia (PCF)
Conseil pontifical pour la famille
Pontificio Consejo para la Familia
Pontificio Consiglio per la Famiglia
Pontifical Council for the Family
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1981-05-09 Rome Italy
9 May 1981, Rome (Italy), within the framework of F-XF8042 - Administrative Hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church, by Pope John-Paul II, with the Motu Proprio 'Familia a Deo Instituta'. U-XU7216 - Committee for the Family had existed previously, having been created by Pope Paul VI.
Promote pastoral care of the family and the communication between dioceses.
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President; Secretary; Under-Secretary. Presidential Committee, consisting of 28 members. Members (20 married couples) of the Council appointed by the Pope (meet regularly). Consultors.
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