There are lots of reasons to “waste time with our kids,” the most important being that we love them.
February 7 marks the seventh annual observation of National Marriage Week.
Recognizing and proclaiming the gift of children in our lives shouldn’t wait until our 40th anniversary celebration.
The struggle against worldly values is not new to the church.
In the coming months and year ahead, the archdiocesan office of marriage and family life will offer and promote many opportunities to renew and refresh your marriage.
As we were going through old pictures with our grandchildren, we came across a picture of my wife Barbara and me all dressed up for our senior prom.
My sincere prayer is that this column will discourage you from viewing this movie.
But that word “our” is not confined to the bride and groom. As Christians, that “our” includes the church! The church offers each couple coming for marriage a mission: to love and serve your spouse…
by Deacon Tony Zimmerman We have been invited to reflect on ten themes in preparation for the World Meeting of Families next September in Philadelphia (www.worldmeeting 2015.org). The preparatory catechesis for this event, “Love Is…
by Deacon Tony Zimmerman A group of engaged couples undergoing marriage preparation were asked: “When do you think most married couples begin looking for some form of marriage enrichment?” they answered: “When they are having…