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Constructing conjugal love - cover

Constructing conjugal love

Ricardo E. Facci

Publisher: Hogares Nuevos Ediciones

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Marriage and modern family are obviously fragile. So it is imposed, each time with more energy, providing them with resources to help and ensure its stability. The most ideal and authentic, for this purpose, is a true communication, through which marriage will bring to light its unlimited ability to deliver and to love. Constructing conyugal love, has been designed as a service in this area: that of dialogue.

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