Karee Santos rolls out her big announcement! Ave Maria Press has agreed to publish the Catholic marriage advice book that Karee is writing together with her husband, Catholic psychiatrist Manuel P. Santos, M.D. Look for it in
Is Christian Grey the man you want your sons to grow into? I can’t even entertain the notion of any of my beautiful boys as Christian Grey without wanting to move to Timbucktoo just to avoid
This story is a celebration of something that turned out differently than planned and different turned out to be much better!
Cay Gibson shares tips for supporting your husband.
Loving a non-practicing Catholic, a non-Catholic, or a non-believer can be especially difficult. Here are tips to survive, thrive, and revive your marriage!
Are women aware of their dignity? Do we demand respect? Kaye Hinckley contends that dignity and respect go hand in hand.
Football with no time outs? Church with no regulations? Not here.
Is potty talk more romantic than a box of chocolates? Charisse Tierney explores the everyday romance of married life.
It is almost back to school, and rather than have a nervous breakdown over it, I decided instead to give it all to God in my own personal prayer.
Chris Ebberwein shares a special book inspired to help married couples pray together and for one another.
Marriage provides a clear picture of a life lived full of grace in Jesus Christ. A joyful marriage union between a man and woman is exactly what God planned for us who are called to this vocation.
Are weddings simply a day for the bride, with the man as little more than decoration to make her look better? Bernard Toutounji reflects on his own wedding planning days.
Journey of Our Love: The Letters of St. Gianna Beretta Molla and Pietro Molla (Pauline Books, 2014) allows us an intimate look at the relationship between husband and wife as they sought to establish and nurture their
Chad Justice had a good thing going: a beautiful wife and a teaching job that he loved at a Catholic school seemed to complete his life. The idea of fatherhood seemed too much. So when
It can no longer be assumed that a Catholic will choose a church for their wedding, so why does the Catholic Church continue to insist on the necessity of a 'church wedding'?