Tag Archives: marriage

Pastoral Care of the Family Calls for Missionary Conversion

The Catholic Church is often accused of offering people an unrealistic set of requirements in her teachings on marriage.

Discovering joy in giving and receiving love

We have all seen marriages with an imbalance between the spouses where one of them does most of the giving and the other is mostly disengaged.

Pastoral work to support openness to life

In this the ninth article in this series we arrive at the Synod preparations discussion of the proper care and support for spouses in their effort to become and remain open to new life in their marriage.

Guiding Couples in Preparation for Marriage and Accompanying the Newly Married

As a priest, one of my most meaningful ministries is marriage preparation.

The Extraordinary Synod and the Beatification of Pope Paul VI

The Extraordinary Synod of Bishops on Marriage and the Family has just concluded.

Marriage: Sign of Christ’s love for the Church and the world

Unless you have been living under a rock you must be aware of the recent debate in our society regarding the meaning of the institution of marriage.

Finding the North Star for married love

Today many people think that promising love forever is impossible because they no longer have the reference point of God’s beautiful plan for marriage and family.

Jesus, Marriage and the Good News

Many today are calling for the Church to change her teachings on marriage and sexuality.

The Image of Christian Marriage Under Siege?

Christ our Lord raised marriage to the level of a sacrament!

Explaining marriage to modern people

“We still have a lot of work to do.”

November 25, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph