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What God has Joined Let No One Divide

Your Family was started on the day you got married, and after you took your vows.  The presider may have uttered words similar to theRead more »

5 Ways Amoris Laetitia Encouraged, Challenged, and Aggravated Me

Amoris Laetitia continues to be featured in a variety of writings, posts, books, and conversations in the wider Catholic world.Read more »

It Just Makes Sense (Even as a Protestant)

My family and I are approaching the five-year mark in the Catholic Church. While my wife may describe her experience differently, IRead more »

Why Is the Catholic Sex-Life Everyone’s Business?

“I hope you’re not planning on any more children. Tell Bradley to get snipped, he’s got enough kids. And you better be on some goodRead more »

Courtship is not the Answer

I absolutely love the courtship approach to dating for my children, but it isn’t enough.  Courtship is the idea that youngRead more »

A Pilgrimage to the World Meeting of Families

What is a Pilgrimage? Photo by jurvetson A pilgrimage is a spiritual journey to a destination of religious significance.  It is not aRead more »

You Did it To Me: Visiting Christ, Who is Sick

Welcome to the series “You did it to me” where we will be discussing the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy. This will be aRead more »

To Prom or Not to Prom

A few years ago around this time of year, I made an inquiry on my Facebook Status, “To Prom or not to Prom, that is the question”. IRead more »

Pay Attention!

Raising a Holy Family The importance of being engaged in family life is key to raising a holy family.  Our goal as parents should be toRead more »

Family Matters

My wife’s grandparents and her aunts and uncles My wife and I are the only members of our family to have moved away from ourRead more »

A Place Set Apart for Love

For the last 4 years, my family and I have driven across the country (23 hours) to attend a week long family camp at Catholic FamilylandRead more »

The Significance of Hope

A friend of mine who is involved with Youth Ministry mentioned to me once that a lesson for the teens at our parish touched on the topic ofRead more »

Respect Within the Family

What is respect? Respect is defined as “a feeling of admiring someone or something that is good, valuable, important” and alsoRead more »

How to Avoid Heartache in Dating

The Importance of Emotional Chastity in the Dating Process In my first article, Dating with Purpose, I provided the big picture of howRead more »

Dating with Purpose

What is the Goal of Dating? Most of us have grown up with dating being a part of our lives or a part of the lives of people we know andRead more »