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They carve out at some time each day to make sure they do something related to these four categories.
We see this issue of control perhaps most clearly in the tragedy of abortion (as Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta lamented, “It is a poverty that a child must die so that you may live as you wish”) but the battle rages much more subtly, as well.
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Pope Francis’ comments in his June 2 homily—the one in which he urged married couples to have children instead of pets—have stirred up controversy, which at this point, should strike no one as surprising.
He is a Pope who challenges the “comfortable,” or, in this case, challenges the “culture of well-being.”In his homily, Pope Francis warned married couples that the “culture of well-being” tells them that it is better not to have children; he cautioned against the temptation to forsake having children for the lure of material goods.
These rituals guarantee that the couple will prioritize their relationship and have the time they need to share experiences, relate on a deeper level to each other, and build a shared life together.
Happy couples make a point of being intentional about looking for ways to make each other’s days a little easier or more pleasant.I write this for those who are inundated by the media screaming against their Church. They wonder internally "What is the big deal about Catholics using birth control?I don't get it." In order to stand up and defend religious liberty one must first understand what it is that his own church teaches. When I was growing up my parents always modeled by their example a blind trust in God.Marriage is meant to last a lifetime, “til death do us part.” Inspired by the love of an older couple at her church, Kathleen reflects on the priceless gift of growing old with her husband.READ FULL POST › The Mountains Bring the Freedom: The Theology of the Body A primer on St.Those who addressed this issue often suffered for it.