For Every Marriage
Tinsel or Garland?
Paul and Sarah share how married couples can incorporate their individual family traditions into the holidays while also creating new ones together.Read the full story ›
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Paul and Sarah share how married couples can incorporate their individual family traditions into the holidays while also creating new ones together.
Spouses can have a lot of differences between them, but those aren’t important when they have a common commitment to God and faith. Faith is be the glue that holds a marriage together.
Military service is a challenge not just to the families involved, but to parishes and the wider society. Archbishop Timothy Broglio discusses issues that confront military marriages, including finances, reentry into society, and post-traumatic stress.
November is national adoption month. Read MaryPat and Tom’s story about adopting four children after experiencing the heartache of infertility. “We could not even begin to have known how much more joy God’s plan for us would bring,” writes MaryPat.