Archive for ‘School of Agape’
Sara reflects on how marriage calls spouses not to think of only their own happiness, but the well-being of the other when making big and small decisions.
Newlywed Sara reflects on Christ’s role in the everyday married life: “Every act done with your spouse within your marriage – whether it is making love or making breakfast – confers sacramental grace.”
Anthony marvels at one of the many differences he is finding between dating and being married while reflecting on how spouses are called to grow with each other.
Sara and Anthony are married! Sara writes about their final days of preparation and the biggest lesson they learned.
Sara and Anthony’s wedding day is approaching! Sara reflects on love’s ability to move us – both physically and in service and love of the other.
When Anthony and Sara enter the sacrament of marriage in a few months, they will not simply be starting their life together as a married couple but as a family. Anthony reflects on his future family with Sara in light of Pope St. John Paul II’s Letter to Families.
Sara shares seven tips for brides-to-be (and grooms-to-be) as she and Anthony approach their July wedding.
A few months before his wedding day, Anthony writes about “the manly art of waiting” and how he realized that he wasn’t waiting for an abstract list of adjectives but for a person named Sara.
How God’s grace brought me back to the Church of my childhood, and led me to my vocation of marriage (not without resistance on my part!)
The story of “how we met” (in church – the last place Sara ever thought she’d meet her future husband!) and why our blog has a Greek word in the title.