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Pope Francis says that “I’m sorry” is a phrase husbands and wives should say often. If it’s hard for you to say “I’m sorry,” or to offer forgiveness, pray for a softened heart.

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Gratitude dispels anger. If you are angry at your spouse, think of the times when he/she did something loving for you.

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Be intentional about giving your spouse your undivided attention when you see each other after your daily duties. Set aside time to sit together and talk about the highs and lows of your days.

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“Even all the hairs on your head are counted.” (Mt 10:30) Isn’t it so easy to get caught up in the worries of everyday life? In today’s Gospel, Jesus reminds us of God the Father’s unending care for us. Give Him your worries, whether big or small, and trust in His providence.

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John the Baptist leapt in the womb when Mary greeted his mother, Elizabeth. What a joyful scene! Pray for couples expecting children today, and for those who await this blessing.

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“Rejoice to the extent that you share in the sufferings of Christ.” (1 Pt 4:13) Jesus’ Sacred Heart loves the world enough to suffer for it. Unite your sufferings to those of Christ today.

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First thing in the morning, start the day by giving your spouse a hug. Physical touch is important for building intimacy – plus, it gives you a positive mentality.

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Remember that your marriage is a covenant that involves God, husband, and wife. Take time each day to pray for God’s help in loving your spouse. Give thanks daily for the gift of your family!

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Choose a virtue to practice today. Don’t tell anybody what it is but consider charity, joy, peace, patience, kindness, or generosity.

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(Reader’s Tip) If you do something wrong, don’t say, “I’m sorry,” which doesn’t need a response. Say, “Will you forgive me?” The other spouse has to say “yes” or “no.” If “no,” you need to talk.

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“The one who feeds on me will have life because of me.” (Jn 6:57) Today on Corpus Christi, give thanks together for the Bread of Life Jesus offers us at every Mass. It is truly food for the journey. Pray for all fathers today, especially your own.

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Every once in a while surprise your spouse with a gesture of kindness, such as a cup of coffee or help with the dishes.

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(Reader’s Tip) The most important thing for a long and happy marriage is to be friends with your spouse. You need to have a friend who always has your back, no matter what comes up.

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(Reader’s Tip) I look at my husband’s body language and can tell whether he’s tense or feeling “beat up” after a long day at work. I usually give him a neck and head massage. How can you be responsive to the needs of your spouse today?

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(Reader’s Tip) Spend time every day thinking of reasons you love your spouse. You’ll never struggle to remember why you married him or her.

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(Reader’s Tip) Choose your battles. Every little thing isn’t worth an argument.

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“Marriage, then, is to be a school for nurturing gratitude…and for openness to the gifts of God that are proper to marriage.” (Marriage: Life and Love in the Divine Plan) How do you show gratitude for gifts in your marriage?

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“Encourage one another, agree with one another, live in peace, and the God of love and peace will be with you.” (2 Cor 13:11) How can you work to bring about peace in your interactions with your family today? A kind word, a moment of patience, a listening ear – all of these can bring […]

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It’s wedding season! Are you sending a card to a new bride and groom? Include your favorite tip for a happy marriage—it can be serious, humorous or thought-provoking.

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Do you tend to talk more than listen? Today, make the effort to listen to your spouse as much as you talk to them.

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Daily Marriage Tip

28 Jun 2017

Pope Francis says that “I’m sorry” is a phrase husbands and wives should say often. If it’s hard for you to say “I’m sorry,” or to offer forgiveness, pray for a softened heart.

Read more from ForYourMarriage

Daily Marriage Tip

27 Jun 2017

Gratitude dispels anger. If you are angry at your spouse, think of the times when he/she did something loving for you.

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Daily Marriage Tip

26 Jun 2017

Be intentional about giving your spouse your undivided attention when you see each other after your daily duties. Set aside time to sit together and talk about the highs and lows of your days.

Read more from ForYourMarriage

Daily Marriage Tip

25 Jun 2017

“Even all the hairs on your head are counted.” (Mt 10:30) Isn’t it so easy to get caught up in the worries of everyday life? In today’s Gospel, Jesus reminds us of God the Father’s unending care for us. Give Him your worries, whether big or small, and trust in His providence.

Read more from ForYourMarriage

Daily Marriage Tip

24 Jun 2017

John the Baptist leapt in the womb when Mary greeted his mother, Elizabeth. What a joyful scene! Pray for couples expecting children today, and for those who await this blessing.

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