In a culture where marriage rates are declining and rates of divorce are increasing, 11 parishes across the archdiocese are striving to reverse these trends by investing in ministries to strengthen marriage and family life.
While not everyone will experience being married, as not everyone is called to marriage and is meant to be in that state of life, striving to find peace in one’s current season of life, along with the joys and crosses that come, is a good learning process.
A false dichotomy is created in the Church by setting fidelity to theology and liturgy against fidelity to an obedience that is not in harmony with them.
Churches must work to restore healthy marriages and fatherhood to combat a growing decline in Christianity. That’s the finding of a survey by faith-based group Communio which seeks to equip churches to strengthen the marriage and relationship health of their members.
We’ve found that employing the language of gratitude is the most potent defender of marital unity in the middle of life’s busiest seasons.
Churches must work to restore healthy marriages and fatherhood to combat a growing decline in Christianity, according to a survey released by Communio.
J.P. joins Ed Martin to discuss Communio’s Nationwide Study on Faith & Relationships. Ed and J.P. talk about the current state of marriage, the commonality of divorce, and the workings of family law.