Over the last year of married life, I’ve come to learn a lot about myself, my husband, and my relationship with God. I’ve also come to realise that anyone and everyone has an opinion on the above, and many have decided to share them with … Continue readingWhat Not to Say to a Catholic Newlywed (Whether You’re Catholic or Not)
Through the years, our communication method would became dated. What once seemed sufficient enough to convey wants and needs became a source of stalemates and cold wars. … Continue readingHow I Love My Spouse Well Enough
As a person with a disability, I can feel lost. Questions run through my head.
What will dating be like?
Will anyone ever love me?
What is my vocation?
Luckily The Catholic Church has always held a universal vocation:
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This post is a part of our Real and Raw series. Aunt #1: “I heard they chose green and lavender as their colors.” Aunt #2: “Where are they registered?” As we sat around the kitchen, the ladies in my husband’s extended family chatted about … Continue readingTrue Love Wins
I previously wrote about how we should love ourselves as Christ loved us on the Cross. He recognizes our inherent worth and beauty, over two centuries since His Crucifixion, death, and Resurrection. Turning the page, we must then begin to analyze what else Christ despised … Continue readingLove As Christ Loved (Part 2): Recognizing Our Spouse Through the Eyes of Christ