Skip to content
Catholic Online Logo

By Aci Prensa (ACI/EWTN Noticias)

11/27/2013 (2 years ago)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

El Presidente de la Conferencia Episcopal Argentina (CEA), Mons. José María Arancedo, pidió a los senadores proteger los derechos de los nińos y fortalecer la institución matrimonial en el proyecto de nuevo Código Civil que será debatido este miércoles.

Highlights

By Aci Prensa (ACI/EWTN Noticias)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

11/27/2013 (2 years ago)

Published in Americas

Keywords: spanish, pope, church


BUENOS AIRES (ACI) - En una declaración a título personal, el también Arzobispo de Santa Fe de la Vera Cruz recordó la participación de la Iglesia en el debate por la reforma del Código Civil, la cual fue "clara y pública en el marco establecido".

En ese sentido, reiteró las observaciones hechas por la CEA en el documento "Reflexiones y aportes sobre algunos temas vinculados a la reforma del Código Civil", presentado el 27 de abril de 2012 de cara al proyecto original que tuvo 180 cambios, como la eliminación del vientre de alquiler y que se haya reforzado la prohibición de la manipulación genética.

Sin embargo, "no podemos estar de acuerdo con la regulación incompleta que se propone de las técnicas de procreación artificial, que podría incluir, aunque se la haya suprimido, la 'fecundación post-mortem'".

"También la filiación fundada en la llamada 'voluntad procreacional', que privilegia los deseos de los adultos sobre los derechos del nińo, llegando a conculcar su derecho a identidad al quedar sujeta a la voluntad de los adultos. Todos los nińos tienen derecho a conocer a sus padres y en la medida de lo posible ser criados por ellos. El peligro es un Código adultocéntrico", advirtió.

Mons. Arancedo también indicó que es inconveniente favorecer las técnicas de fecundación artificial "que debilitan notablemente el vínculo que surge de la filiación por adopción. Si no obstante ello, dije en la bicameral, se decidiera llevar adelante la fecundación axtracorpórea, el ser humano concebido de esta manera tiene, como ya hemos dicho, el mismo estatuto, dignidad y derechos que cualquier otro".

"En el derecho comparado podemos ver que existen países que han limitado los dańos provocados por el usos de estas técnicas, restringiendo el acceso a ellas los matrimonios formados por varón y mujer, y prohibiendo la crioconservación de embriones, entre otras restricciones. No todo lo que es técnicamente posible y deseado en el manejo de la vida, es necesariamente ético y respeta su dignidad", seńaló.

El Presidente de la CEA también pidió reforzar el matrimonio. "Pienso que el deseo de un divorcio Express ha llevado a debilitar una de las instituciones básicas sobre la que se funda la familia. Un tema pendiente en este contexto sería ver la posibilidad de reconocer civilmente formas de matrimonio estable, como el que la Iglesia propone a sus fieles", indicó.

Tras seńalar que la Iglesia ha actuado "con la honestidad y la responsabilidad del caso", Mons. Arancedo expresó su deseo de que los legisladores "tengan el tiempo necesario para llevar adelante y completar una tarea que sé que no es fácil, y a la que siempre estaré espiritualmente cerca para acompańar su misión al servicio de la comunidad, con la reflexión que surge en la Iglesia desde una mirada de fe sobre el hombre, el mundo y la sociedad.

Un nacimiento anunciado: haga clic aquí para obtener más información!

---


Pope Francis: end world hunger through 'Prayer and Action'


Copyright 2016 - Distributed by THE CALIFORNIA NETWORK

Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for May 2016
Universal:
Respect for Women: That in every country of the world, women may be honored and respected and that their essential contribution to society may be highly esteemed.
Evangelization: Holy Rosary: That families, communities, and groups may pray the Holy Rosary for evangelization and peace.



Comments


More Americas

A MIRACLE? Virgin Mary statue with single red tear sparks mass pilgrimage Watch

Image of

By Abigail James (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

Images of a Virgin Mary statue with a single red 'tear' streaming down her face has spread rampant through social media prompting hundreds of pilgrims to visit the statue in Columbia. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - The statue located in Floridablanca, Columbia is ... continue reading


Venezuela's collapse is a warning to Americans enamored with socialism Watch

Image of Socialism is a quick way to go hungry.

By Marshall Connolly (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

The world is hardly paying attention, but the nation of Venezuela is in full-collapse. Its economy has imploded, and its politics are in turmoil. The nation is beset with shortages of critical goods, and the beer supply has run out. Soldiers patrol the streets, tasked ... continue reading


EQUALITY: Sex-crazed Olympians will receive and use 350,000 male condoms and 100,000 female condoms! Watch

Image of Olympic athletes have been encouraged to practice safe sex in Rio de Janeiro (Sify).

By Kenya Sinclair (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

In a shocking move, Olympic organizers have decided to distribute 450,000 condoms to athletes participating in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics this year. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Under the ruse of "equality," the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has decided ... continue reading


Prayer and hugging banned in Colombia Watch

Image of Colombia stuns the world when it announces a prayer and hugging ban (docakilah/Wordpress).

By Walter Snchez Silva (CNA)

In what's been labeled an "absurd" move, a judge in Colombia has banned prayer and "fraternal hugs" at the start of Cartagena city council sessions as well as local educational institutions. Cartagena, Colombia (CNA) - The ban on civic prayer - as well as the baffling ... continue reading


Student discovers lost Mayan city, but archaeologists insist it's not there. Isn't that the point of a lost city? Watch

Image of William Gadoury, thought he discovered a lost Mayan city, but archaeologists say no.

By Marshall Connolly (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

The story of a teen who found a lost Maya city may not be so remarkable after all, as experts studying the claim find that it doesn't hold up under scrutiny. While the teen certainly had good intentions, his lost city may be nothing more than fallow fields. LOS ... continue reading


'El Chapo' transferred - Will he escape again? Watch

Image of El Chapo has been transferred to a prison in Juarez, near the US border (Reuters).

By Kenya Sinclair (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

Notorious drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán has been transferred from Altiplano, a maximum-security prison in Central Mexico, to a prison in Ciudad Juarez. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - According to CNN, a senior Mexican law enforcement source stated, "Due to ... continue reading


Cinco de Mayo - What is the day really about? Watch

Image of

By Abigail James (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

Cinco de Mayo is upon us, and while many believe it is Mexico's Independence Day, it actually is not. So, what is Cinco de Mayo and why has it become so biculturally popular? LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) - "The significance of Cinco de Mayo is that it ... continue reading


Ecuador quake survivors share powerful stories of survival Watch

Image of The quake was the worst the Andean nation had seen in ten years (Paul Ochoa/Reuters).

By Kenya Sinclair (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake devastated sections of Ecuador and left the death count at over 300 people. Over 2,000 destroyed buildings and ruined roads have been reported - and now survivors are sharing their harrowing experiences. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - As ... continue reading


Previous Argentina President accused of money laundering Watch

Image of Former President of Argentina accused of money laundering (1meee).

By Kenya Sinclair (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

After serving her country for eight years, former Argentina President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has been accused of laundering hundreds of millions of dollars into oversea accounts. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Former president Fernández de Kirchner has ... continue reading


Virgin Mary statue considered in notoriously secular Uruguay Watch

Image of Secular Uruguay debates whether to erect a Virgin Mary statue in a park (Shutterstock).

By Kenya Sinclair (CALIFORNIA NETWORK)

Uruguay is considered a secular country and is known for its refusal to condone religious beliefs of any kind - yet there exists a debate concerning the erection of a Virgin Mary statue. LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - Many in Uruguay stand on the country's ... continue reading


All Americas News

Newsletters

Newsletter Sign Up icon

Stay up to date with the latest news, information, and special offers

Subscribe to Catholic OnlineYouTube Channel

the FEED
by Catholic Online

  • Daily Reading for Saturday, May 28th, 2016 HD Video
  • St. Augustine of Canterbury: Saint of the Day for Friday, May 27, 2016
  • $3,600,000,000,000: the price to repair America
  • States revolt, 11 sue to block disruptive Obama restroom edict, ...
  • :-D MILLENNIALS REJOICE! New emoji Bible translation is coming!
  • Daily Readings for Friday, May 27, 2016
  • Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta HD Video

Daily Readings

Reading 1, Genesis 14:18-20
18 Melchizedek king of Salem brought bread and wine; he was a priest of ... Read More

Psalm, Psalms 110:1, 2, 3, 4
1 [Of David Psalm] Yahweh declared to my Lord, 'Take your seat at my ... Read More

Gospel, Luke 9:11-17
11 But the crowds got to know and they went after him. He made them ... Read More

Reading 2, First Corinthians 11:23-26
23 For the tradition I received from the Lord and also handed on to you ... Read More

Saint of the Day

Saint of the Day for May 26th, 2016 Image

St. Philip Neri
May 26: If one had to choose one saint who showed the ... Read More