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Our church family can help support us in all the different transitions in life. Mary Lou Rosien offers 6 ways to include Catholics in irregular marriages in the life of the parish.
Meg Matenaer offers a clarification of traditional Catholic teaching with regard to divorce, remarriage and the reception of the Eucharist.
Confused by Pope Francis’ recent words about Communion for the divorced and remarried? Dr. Manny and Karee Santos tackle this tricky issue in this month’s Marriage Rx advice column.
Lisa Duffy consoles our divorced brothers and sisters in this Catholic Conference 4 Moms reflection, reviewed here by Gina Felter.
Catholic author Lisa Duffy provides 5 tips for divorced Catholic moms who are preparing themselves for a new relationship–and encourages them to do so from the inside out.
After suffering through physical and emotional abuse, bankruptcy, and two failed marriages, Marie Therese Kceif found love again in her husband Samuel and faith through the Catholic Church. Read about how she coped as a person and as a mother in this interview by Karee Santos.