La rivista Famiglia Domani cambia casa editrice: come abbonarsi | Dal prossimo numero 1/2015 Famiglia Domani continuerà a essere pubblicata, nello stesso formato e nella programmazione già a suo tempo definita, dall’Editrice
I’m back and ready to share another truth about an awesome marriage. That “sanctifying love” talk had me weak for a moment (hyperlink). But my knees have recovered and I’m on my feet again. Let’s move on to Truth #3. Truth #3: Separate – Husbands (and wives, too) leave their mother and father. For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife (v31)
Marriage will not be awesome with momma in the way. This goes for both sides - “momma’s boys” and “s
The number of Catholic marriages in the United States is at its lowest point since 1965. Georgetown University's Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate keeps records of Catholic Church statistics going back to 1965, tracking such things as the total number of priests, the Catholic population of the United States, and the number of baptisms and marriages per year. The statistics show that while there were over 420,000 Catholic marriages in 1970, that number has dwindled to just over 154,00
Here are the speaking notes of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin on the Church's teaching on marriage today, a lecture given last week to the Iona Institute. * * * “I am grateful to the Iona Institute for this invitation to come and speak to the Institute on the theme of The Teaching of the Church on Marriag...
Catholic and Evangelical leaders, including three bishops and faculty members from several Catholic colleges, recently authored and signed a statement affirming the responsibility of Christians to bear witness to the moral truth of marriage as between one man and one woman.
Please see below the latest issue of The Meaning of Marriage newsletter from the Catholic Communications Office. The Meaning of Marriage newsletter Issue 2 - 22 March 2015 in PDF format See below for a Jpeg version
Dr Clare Watkins of the Department of Humanities at the University of Roehampton has been awarded Â£46,000 funding by the Plater Trust to undertake a new research project in collaboration with Catholic charity, Marriage Care. The research project carried out by Dr Watkins will investigate couples and practitioners experiences of marriage preparation courses provided by Marriage Care as a way of discovering more about what the Catholic ethos of the charity contributes to this work.
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