What Makes A Perfect Catholic Marriage?

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Five Things Children Of Divorce Want The Church To Know

Five Things Children Of Divorce Want The Church To Know

Every year over a million children experience the divorce of their parents, and at least one-quarter of all young adults are children of divorce. And those numbers grow when you include people whose parents never married but later split up, or those whose parents divorce later in life (“gray divorce,” which is on the rise).  […]

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The Nuptial Blessing is a rather lengthy prayer is tucked between the Exchange of Consent and the Our Father Catholic Wedding ceremony

Why You Should Listen Closely To This Part Of The Wedding Ceremony

If someone asked you what was said in the Nuptial Blessing at a wedding, would you know? Probably not. This rather lengthy prayer is tucked between the Exchange of Consent and the Our Father and if you aren’t paying attention, you may miss one of the most beautiful prayers of the entire liturgy. Why is […]

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The NFP Advice You’ve Never Heard Before That’s Inspired By St. Teresa of Avila

Natural Family Planning (NFP) is a beautiful and effective way for married couples to remain open to life while also following Church teaching against contraception. For many couples, NFP can be a way for them to grow closer to each other and as a couple grow closer to God. The sanctification and willingness to work […]

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5 Ways To Nurture Your Marriage In A Season Of Infertility

5 Ways To Nurture Your Marriage In A Season Of Infertility

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Why Can’t I Have A Catholic Outdoor Wedding? The 3 Requirements For Catholic Wedding Venues

What is the problem with a Catholic outdoor wedding? Believe it or not, the Catholic Church actually has some beautiful reasons as to why getting married outside the Church building is discouraged. The Church is not trying to ruin the plans for the day you have dreamed of for years just because they feel like it. […]

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Infertility And NFP: Still Called To The Joy Of Love

As you may know, many couples use fertility-awareness methods like Natural Family Planning (NFP) to try to become pregnant, but NFP can also help couples carrying the cross of infertility. Learning about the body’s signs and signals of fertility can often reveal problems and give couples and their doctors direction for treatment.  Whatever a couple’s […]

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The Sweet And Sour Of NFP (Natural Family Planning)

It doesn’t take long when first discovering the world of natural family planning to realize that most couples have a love/hate relationship with NFP.  The reasons to love it are obvious and the reasons to hate it are obvious.  It is a strange mix of sweet and sour that many couples struggle to find the […]

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wedding Fr. Bill Byrnes offers insight into 5 things that he'd like engaged couples to know while planning a wedding. Practical & spiritual advice

5 Things To Remember When Planning Your Wedding

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 […]

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This Animated Short Film Shows That Love Truly Lived Gives Color To Life

Today I present to you a romantic short film about a journalist who falls in love with a girl in the comics section. And yes, this is an appropriate topic for a Catholic Resources website. I believe there are some elements in this short film worth reflecting upon. First, we must accept that love, lived […]

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Blind Devotion: Is The Best Kind Of Love Blind?

When we think of the martyrs like Saint Valentine, what do we imagine? Probably the cruel scene of his death or the torture that he endured. This is an important part no doubt. It’s a sign of what he was willing to endure for his beliefs. But there’s a danger here: we might be forgetting what happened […]

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