Re|Engage offers hope to marriages Would you rate your marriage as a 5 or a 8? Maybe even a 3? You are not alone. Whether your marriage needs to be rekindled, or is in need of a complete resurrection, Re|Engage is a safe place for couples to reconnect. Re|Engage is a marriage enrichment program. Marriages in… Continue reading →
Churchgoing Christians who support same-sex marriage are more likely to think pornography, cohabitation, hook-ups, adultery, polyamory, and abortion are acceptable. And it’s reasonable to expect continued change in more permissive directions.
(CUSA) - On June 29, 2014, the Archbishop of Denver, Samuel Aquila, wrote a pastoral letter on the family entitled "Family: Become What You Are." This letter was written as the church Prepares for the synod of bishops in October of this year and the visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia in September of 2015. The letter is given in three parts, the first section of three describes the meaning and mission of the family as coming from the Holy Spirit. The second section, which we will print Thursday, talks of challenges facing families. The third section, which we will print on Friday, offers practical answers to the difficult questions of family and married life. We hope you find it a contribution to your thinking on the issues of marriage and family. —DNW by ARCHBISHOP SAMUEL J. AQUILA— Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Pope Saint John Paul the Great wrote in 1981, “The future of humanity passes by way of the family. [...]
Marriages that grow will always demonstrate the ability to make adjustments for one another. Join Pastor Rick as he teaches three steps to becoming less selfish in your marriage and making positive adjustments for your spouse. Click "Share" below to spread this message!
This post is a response to When NCB Meets NCG. I thought it would be appropriate for an actual Good Catholic Man (father of five, husband of one, provider, dater-of-wife, and one who is approaching 10 years of marriage this December) to respond to what one seraphic writer described as “a bull in the china shop …
Archbishop Kurtz: Synod can be “a catalyst” for renewal USCCB president Archbishop Joseph Kurtz will represent the US at the upcoming Synod of Bishops. The urgent challenges facing families—and how the Church can serve families better—will be the synod’s top priorities, he says. Jim Graves