In a time when marriage is being attacked from all sides, one author encourages Catholics to go beyond merely defending traditional marriage to discover the evangelical power of Christian marriage.
When was the last time you heard a priest give a homily that mentioned Natural Family Planning? If you are like me, the answer is never. All too often, priests fear bringing the topic up. They
Catherine Boucher shares how she struggles with reacting vs. responding and what she's doing to work toward change this year.
Guest contributor James Littleton suggests married couples try to often to pray with and for one another.
What happens when a dozen couples don the zaniest head gear possible and convene at Christmas time to celebrate their "yes" to one another? Roxane Salonen gives an account of why the annual wig and nog and
What are the four greatest Christmas gifts parents can give to their children year-round?
“I died and I clearly remember it,” Bernie told me after waking up from a six-week coma brought on by a massive heart attack and subsequent multiple organ failure. “I could see myself floating in the air,
What do my students think about the sacrament of Marriage?
I learned how to allow real love, respectful love grow between my husband and myself without making crushing demands on the poor guy to fulfill the role of God in my life.
God designed us so that only His love will fill the desperate desires of our hearts.
You aren't perfect? Admit it and preach the Gospel anyway! Karee Santos explains how Lisa Hendey teaches us to keep integrity in our ministry work.
Why on earth would I think my husband is always right? The secret to trusting your husband's leadership.
Media reports on the recently concluded Synod on the Family have ranged from confusing to disturbing to only mildly reassuring. But in the midst of it all, faithful women like Prof. Janet E. Smith and Maggie Gallagher
Many of us are disposed to holding grudges about what he or she did to me. We can’t let it go. We have to have some recompense–to balance things, we say. We let the ghost of
Husbands and wives don't always speak the same language. But, with the help of an open heart that hears the sentiment behind the actual words being said, romance can be found in some unlikely places.