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Chan: Your Marriage Is Not that Important

Francis Chan’s article, “Marriage on the Edge of Eternity,” was published last month. In it, he offers a view of marriage in striking contrast with the vast majority of evangelical literature on the subject. 342 more words

Faith & Culture

LGBT Issues Need to Be on the Agenda of World Meeting of Families

Philadelphia’s Archbishop Charles Chaput seemed to indicate that LGBT issues will not be high on the agenda at next September’s World Meeting of Families to be held in that city.   659 more words


Communion Debate: Montana Gay Catholic vs. Cardinal Burke

If anyone wants a lesson in sacramental reverence and church faithfulness, no need to look further than the gay couple in Montana who were denied communion at their local parish in September.   1,194 more words


Pope's Comments on Marriage Raise Questions About His LGBT Outreach

In a style which is becoming a hallmark of his papacy, while at the same time raising many questions, Pope Francis addressed the Vatican’s controversial conference on traditional marriage.   924 more words


Making Relationships Work

Relationships take work and can be hard. As an introverted person I find maintaining relationships to be fairly difficult. I don’t include my marriage relationship in this, but that can also be hard for everyone at times. 192 more words

Self Improvement

Marriage Mondays: "Teamwork"

In all the searching, I could never find an “I” in team.  God’s original plan was for man and woman to be a dynamic team.  He desired for this team to enjoy paradise and rest from the work of His hands.  271 more words

Marriage & Family

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? U.K. Bishops Open Dialogue; U.S. Bishops Should Do the Same

“WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?” is  Bondings 2.0′s series on how Catholics–the hierarchy and laity–can prepare for the Synod on Marriage and Family that will take place at the Vatican in October 2015. 1,137 more words