“My encounters with those who are celibate in the family of God, be they religious or lay faithful, have encouraged me in my own journey to follow Christ more fully.” Chapter six of the World Meeting of Families Catechesis also reflects on the great gift celibate persons are for the Church and the world. READ MORE
Chapter six of the World Meeting of Families Catechesis reflects on the fruitfulness of marriage. All married love is called to be fruitful! Couples without the visible fruit of children can take comfort in the fact that the bond of marriage itself and service to the community are expressions of marital fruitfulness. READ MORE
A reflection on the fourth chapter of the World Meeting of Families Catechesis explains how in every relationship, love is comprised of many daily choices. We are all called to a “culture of encounter,” where we choose to put the good of the other first. READ MORE
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Coming to Philadelphia in September 2015: an international celebration of the family as the sanctuary of life and love. Join in prayer and fellowship with families from around the world. Visit our WMOF page for information about registration, the preparatory catechesis, and more.
One of the graces couples receive from the Sacrament of Marriage is the grace to forgive each other. Forgiveness brings peace and freedom to a relationship.
Raising a child with special needs can be a great blessing, but also can cause strains on a couple's marriage and the relationships within the family. Dr. Gregory Popcak offers advice to parents with a child who needs extra care.