8 Bible Verses To Encourage Your Marriage

8 Bible Verses To Encourage Your Marriage

 

8 Bible Verses To Encourage Your Marriage

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This Common Advice Might Actually Be Hurting Your Marriage

This Common Advice Might Actually Be Hurting Your Marriage

This Buzzfeed video contains a lot of facts on marriage, but are they all true? Everyone seems to have an opinion about what works and what doesn’t in a marriage. It takes time to figure out what will help you and your spouse have the best marriage possible. “I do.” I’m not sure how it’s […]

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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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What Husbands Should Say To Their Wives

This is some great advice from St. John Chrysostom for husbands, but truly it is beautiful for couples to pray together.  Paul and Ann Coakley prayed this quote together each night. Their marriage is truly inspiring as it is an example of living the highs and the lows in union with Christ. Check out their […]

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Christian Marriage Is A Supernatural Calling | St. Josemaria Escriva

Christian Marriage Is A Supernatural Calling For a Christian marriage is not just a social institution, much less a mere remedy for human weakness. It is a real supernatural calling. A great sacrament, in Christ and in the Church, says St Paul. At the same time, it is a permanent contract between a man and […]

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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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These 10 Married Saints Teach Us How Marriage Can Lead To Holiness

Did you know there are several married Saints? As our society likes to frequently remind us, marriage is no easy task. To live out the vocation of marriage requires a great deal of self-sacrifice and self-discipline. In the Sacrament of Marriage, both the husband and the wife make a promise before God to remain committed to […]

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What Must A Married Woman Do?! Saint Advice

“A married woman must, when called upon, quit her devotions to God at the altar to find him in her household affairs.” Related content: The Best Marriage Advice From Couples Who’ve Been Married 50+ Years! St. Edith Stein On A Woman’s Profession 4 Things Moms Of Altar Servers Think About During Mass These 10 Married […]

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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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What Is The Miraculous Medal?

“O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”Prayer of the Miraculous Medal What Is The Miraculous Medal? The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us: “Sacramentals are sacred signs instituted by the Church. They prepare men to receive...

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Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:3 The Gospels are the first four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These books teach us facts about Jesus’ life and share valuable lessons we can learn...

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