Some of the couples on this list have been married for over seventy years! We can certainly learn from the invaluable advice and insight they have to share. Take a few moments to watch their videos and learn from the wisdom of those who have had years of experience in a loving, committed married relationship.

If you really want to make the most of the lessons that can be learned from these inspiring couples, plan a date night with your spouse to watch and discuss the videos.


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“The love of husband and wife is the forge that welds society together.” – St. John Chrysostom


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Questions for Discussion

  1. What advice is most frequently mentioned in the videos?
  2. What do you notice about how the couples interact with one another?
  3. What is one area of your marriage you and your spouse need to work on?
  4. What is one area of your marriage that you and your spouse are strong in?
  5. What role should faith play in a marriage?
  6. Do you and your spouse pray together? If not, how can you start?

We invite you to learn more about marriage during our online workshop.

Is An Annulment Just a Catholic Divorce?

6 Keys to Understanding Catholic Teaching In Our Upcoming Online Workshop!

What is the Challenge?

Annulments, some say it’s just “Catholic divorce.” Others believe that if you simply pay enough, the Church will “say” you were never married. But what is the truth? What, really, are annulments in the Catholic Church? What do they do? What’s the process? What did Pope Francis do a year or so ago that changed the process? And what effect does it have in my life?

What is the Online Workshop About?

In the Online Workshop we’re going to be discussing what for many people is a confusing topic: Marriage annulments. These are the points that Fr Bateman will explain:

• The Marriage bond – how it is contracted and what is required • What an annulment really says and does • Why the Church can “annul” non-Catholic marriages • What an annulment DOESN’T do • How the process works • How Pope Francis altered the process • Then we’ll have some time for your questions

 

How to Participate?

If you would like to participate, all you have to do is make a small voluntary donation to Catholic-Link. Immediately afterward, you will receive detailed information explaining how to access the platform that will host our workshop. Any donation amount is acceptable!

This money will go to covering the costs of our websites and to maintaining our evangelization projects such as the series: “A Minute with Pope Francis.” After registering, be on the lookout for other great offers from Catholic-Link and our partner organizations!

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How to Have a Happy Marriage: Explained in 4 Infographics

Is there a secret on how to have a happy marriage? We have some infographics and videos that will help you understand the purpose of marriage.

Source: catholic-link.org/2017/05/01/how-to-have-a-happy-marriage/

5 Admissions about Marriage That May Surprise You if You are Single

This is a must read for those living the single life. 1) Marriage Gets Worse Before It Gets Better 2) Pre-marital Abstinence isn’t a Fail-Safe Deposit for a Joyful Marriage

Source: catholic-link.org/2016/03/04/singleperson/