Do you want to grow in married love for your spouse? Why is it a challenge to grow in married love? Do even faith-filled Catholic couples struggle in marriage? Does God have more for your marriage? How can couples find healing in their marriage? Does married life have to include struggle? Is any issue in marriage too painful to heal? Is it normal for Catholic marriages to experience deep wounds? When couples are struggling in their marriage, should they remain open to life? Is it healthy to bring more children into a struggling marriage?
Wow, we all need help in marriage! Even in faith-filled couples that desire more of God, there is struggle, wounds and sin. –Kari
The Lord wills for a Transfiguration in your marriage! When the Lord unveils His divine presence on the hilltop, no longer will you be thinking about the climb it took to get there! –Tom
The Currans reflect on 22 years of married love and share stories from their recent marriage retreat. Tom gives 4 words to encourage couples to be open to life in marriage. Kari talks about the current concern parents face about the stability of their children’s marriages.
Unfortunately, even in Christian societies today, parents have reason to be concerned about the stability of their children’s future marriages. Nevertheless, in spite of the rising number of divorces and the growing crisis of the family, they should respond with optimism, committing themselves to give their children a deep Christian formation to make them able to overcome various difficulties.
Pontifical Council for the Family 2010