5 Things To Remember When Planning Your Wedding

by Family, Marriage, Sacraments

Fr. Bill Byrnes from the Archdiocese of Washington offers some insight into the five things that he would like engaged couples to know while planning a wedding. In this brief video, he offers both practical and spiritual advice that couples will find useful.

5 Things To Know When Planning Your Wedding

Today many people believe that it is impossible to love another person “forever.” “This fear of ‘forever’ is cured by entrusting oneself day by day to the Lord Jesus in a life that becomes a daily spiritual path of common growth, step by step. Because ‘forever’ is not simply a question of duration! A marriage does not succeed just because it last; its quality is also important.” – Pope Francis

More Great Resources For Engaged Couples From Catholic-Link:

The Engaged Couple’s Spiritual Checklist

What Can’t I Have An Outdoor Catholic Wedding?

10 Essential Things To Talk About Before You Get Married

9 Things I Would Have Liked To Have Known Before Getting Married

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