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ASIA: Spouses With Different Faiths: A Growing Phenomenon

Interreligious marriage is a complex reality and is a growing phenomenon in Asia. It should not be demonized, but requires specific pastoral attention, as it represents an opportunity for a dialogue of words, love and life.

This is what the Christian Family Movement states, a network of small family groups which, focusing on the Gospel of Jesus Christ, live the spirituality of the couple and family life in Asian countries such as India and the Philippines (where it started in 1956) and in many other countries of the continent.

The phenomenon of mixed marriages and with differences in worship in Asia is part of the general crisis affecting the institution of marriage also in the Asian continent.

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