Reflecting on chapter 7 of the World Meeting of Families Catechesis, Tim Roder explains why the Church cannot recognize same-sex marriages (aka marriage redefinition). Marriage is more than “erotic or emotional satisfaction”; it is a life- and love-giving social structure and a divinely instituted sacrament. READ MORE
Pope Francis' second encyclical, Laudato Si, informs our relationship not only with the earth but also with each other. Read what he has to say about human ecology, the objectification of creation, and the "throwaway culture” – themes that also relate to marriage and family life. READ MORE
In her reflection on chapter 7 of the World Meeting of Families Catechesis, Bethany Meola explores how pornography darkens the heart and rejects the light of goodness and truth. Jesus, who is the “light of the world,” has the power to conquer our darkness if we turn to Him. READ MORE
Great marriages respect the love-giving and life-giving aspects of sex. In a reflection on the seventh chapter of the World Meeting of Families Catechesis, Dr. Theresa Notare analyzes why the modern practice of contraception is harmful to God’s plan for married love. 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.