I wasn't quite sure what Cardinal Baldisseri meant by the following statement, though:
“The socio-cultural context [of the family] is outlined in broad terms in its lights and its shadows.”
“In the contemporary world [the family] presents anthropological conceptions, in many cases entirely new, that affect the understanding of the human and the mode in which he lives his social relations. A change in the self-understanding of man is reported frequently, which, in one way or another, certainly affects the lives of individuals and in the life of the family.”
So... I ran it through Google's Universal Roman Synod Translator, which cleared its meaning up quite well (I think...):
"He described the context of the tradition [Family] conditions of light and shadow."
"In today's world, [Family] anthropological concept of new items, like everyone else, a way to produce, how to live in their understanding of social relations. This is the case, change the person's behavior or not and of course I will be the impact on family life and"
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