In his first article on the Theology of the Body, Fr. Chris Singer addresses the unique goodness of the human body and its ability to make spiritual realities tangible. READ MORE
“Every couple…has a story – and all are wounded in some way.” In his piece inspired by chapter seven of the World Meeting of Families Catechesis, Paul Jarzembowski reflects on the vocation of Christians to offer Christ’s peace and rest to those who are struggling. READ MORE
In her piece on chapter eight of the World Meeting of Families Catechesis, Sara Perla reflects on the laity’s role in actively extending Christ’s love and care to wounded people in our communities. Christian love and friendship, not anything-goes sexual partnership, is the “antidote to loneliness.” READ MORE
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07/28/2015 on Wonder Doubled blog
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.