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Monday,
29. May 2017





The Congress Convenes In
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Introduction

The World Congress of Families was initiated by Allan Carlson, President of The Howard Center for Family, Religion and Society.

At the first World Congress of Families held in 1997 in Prague, the Czech Republic, a Declaration affirming the central, vital, and essential role of the natural family was adopted.

In 1999, the second World Congress of Families adopted a Declaration of Principles about the Family, now called The Geneva Declaration. It called on people of faith and all men and women of good will to work together to strengthen the natural family as the fundamental social unit of society.

In 2004 during the third World Congress of Families delegates assembled in Mexico City, from many national, ethnic, cultural, academic, social and religious communities, affirm that the natural family is established by the Creator and is fundamental to the good of the society.






Commemorative
Medals


The Howard Center
Honorary Chairman of the Committee

Abp Kazimierz Majdanski

.::Honorary Committee::.