Preservation of the family, marriage and the unborn were the main themes of the annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast at the Marriott Marquis hotel in Washington April 23.
Franciscan Father Frank Berna of La Salle University in Philadelphia, serves as a chaplain for Retrouvaille, a lay ministry founded by Catholics to help heal struggling marriages.
The Bishop’s Annual Appeal supports ministries that promote the Church’s teachings on marriage, family and the dignity of all life.
Unity and fidelity are indispensable cornerstones of Christian marriage, Pope Francis said.
Engaged couple learn marriage is a journey in discipleship and needs to be rooted in our Catholic faith.
Sex, love and marriage all are showing troubling signs of decline, according a recent article in The Atlantic magazine.
Pope Francis continues his series of talks on the Ten Commandments reflecting on Christ’s explanation of the Sixth Commandment, “Thou shall not commit adultery.”
How old was Jesus when he died? Should we attend a wedding ceremony at a hotel?