Kindness is an essential virtue in a healthy and happy marriage. One study conducted in various cultures around the world asked people to name the trait they desired most in a mate. For both sexes, people overwhelmingly wanted their mates to be kind. What does kindness in marriage look like? READ MORE
Lent begins on March 1. This year, consider approaching this holy season as a "marriage team." You and your spouse don't have to give up--or do--the same things, but you can actively support each other. Here are some ideas to grow in holiness as a couple. READ MORE
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04/21/2017 on Two to Tango blog
In the midst of married life, Kathleen is inspired by the words of Mother Teresa, "do small things with great love." It is the little, selfless acts of love, Kathleen notes, that strengthen married life. READ FULL POST ›
A primer on St. John Paul II's beautiful teaching on the theology of the body - a teaching that brings joy to married couples of all ages and stages.
Every couple has times when they are disillusioned, angry, depressed, tired, or just plain ready to give up. Why do some couples persevere and others give up trying to make things work? Read about the three things that persevering couples have in common.
Can parents with small children really bring them to Sunday Mass with good results? Yes, say Josh and Stacey Noem, parents of three. They offer some practical advice for parents who want the experience to be positive for them, their children, and their fellow worshippers.