Why Families Don’t Fall Down

Thousands of leaders, scholars and activists will assemble in Warsaw, Poland, on May 11-13, 2007 for World Congress of Families IV, the largest international pro-family conference of its kind.  Sutherland Institute President Paul T. Mero is one of the featured speakers at the event.  Mero says he will liken the structure of families to the structure of buildings.  “Family structure is similar to that of physical structures.  It has properties that keep it from falling down just like a building.   Families suffer from the effects of stress, strain and tension, but they can weather the toughest storms.  My remarks will focus on these parallels and show, hopefully conclusively to even the most progressive critic, that the natural family structure is vital for a healthy and sustainable society.”

For more information on the event, go to www.worldcongress.org/WCF4/wcf4.nmx0701.htm.