|When Rain Drenches a Marriage|
Simply enduring the difficult years has merit, yet a couple can better handle disillusionment by actively building commitment and rediscovering what their marriage is meant to be – even on rainy days.
|That family flavor|
I perceive a similar flavor as there is around the dining room table at a family get-together.
Classic Movie Recommendation: “Dead Poets Society” (1989)
|Tolerance vs. Approval|
I have new neighbors who are instructing me in the fine art of tolerance.
|When it’s out of your control|
Men who pray not to have control over their projects but for Christ to take control of them.
Hope is the theological virtue by which we desire the kingdom of heaven and eternal life.
|Perseverance: Love Never Ends|
When couples persevere, they bring this unique steadfast love!
|How To Take Young Children To Mass|
Forming children in our Catholic Faith
|What makes marriage work|
What is the one indispensable ingredient for making marriages work? Family life educators usually answer: communication. This is good news, because effective communication can be learned.
|Holiness and the Courage to Speak Up|
The eighth beatitude to be “a nuisance.
|The Naturalness of Death|
If something is sure, is that a person when it is born, it is going to die. If this is one of the few certainties that man has in life, then why should avoid it?
|Encountering Christ’s Quiet Heart|
We ought to go forth in the confidence that God has called and asks us to be instruments to call others.
|"Change the World"|
The key to our ability to change to the other is always linked to our ability to change ourselves.
|Humility: Foundation for Marital Success |
We don't need to be wealthy, famous, or powerful to fulfill our destiny.