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Pope's Morning Homily: Consult Your Guardian Angels

01 January 1970

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Even if you’re not doing anything dishonest or flirting on Facebook or other social media, it can still steal time from your marriage. Take your eyes off your computer or phone and gaze at your beloved for a while.

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Synod Secretary General Says Questionnaire Was 'Mostly Greeted With Enthusiasm'

01 January 1970

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US Bishops Promoting 'Days With Religious' as Year of Consecrated Life Nears

01 January 1970

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Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro Reflects on Synod

01 January 1970

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Pope Asks for Prayers for Synod on the Family

01 January 1970

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October is Respect Life Month. We are reminded to value all human life and creation, especially the unborn, the poor and the vulnerable. Talk with your spouse and consider making a donation of goods, time or money to a group that helps those in need.

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Christ's Gospel Must Proclaim Hope to Families

01 January 1970

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Thousands Attend Masses in Rome to Celebrate Life of Blessed Alvaro del Portillo

01 January 1970

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Reader’s Tip) My husband and I take turns planning our anniversary each year. Sometimes the plans are a total surprise to the other spouse, sometimes it’s a coordinated effort, but it’s always fun.

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Can social media harm your marriage? It may start out innocently, just reconnecting with an old friend. Then you start sharing interests and news that you haven’t told your spouse. Be cautious: Online intimacy can grow and seem more exciting than real life.

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Jesus’ parable of the vineyard and the two sons (Mt 21:28-32) reminds us that actions count more than words. Strive to make your words match your actions, and your actions be trustworthy.

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(Reader’s Tip) Fall more in love every day. Don’t ever let the romance stop. Buy flowers often.

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“What were you arguing about?…If anyone wishes to be first, he shall be the last.” (Mk 9:33, 35) This teaching of Jesus parallels the perennial marital argument about who is right. Arguments can often be shortened if you can give up the need to be right – every time.

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“Not only do I love my son’s mother, I exalt her as a queen.” (Rosario Slack) Do your children hear how much you esteem your spouse? This works for both husbands and wives.

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(Reader’s Tip) The best advice I was given at our wedding was: Your children will learn how to love not by the love you show them but by the love you show each other.

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“I wish to speak of the love which God lavishes upon us and which we in turn must share with others.” (Pope Benedict XVI, On Christian Love) Pick a person today to lavish love on who may not appear to deserve it.

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Don’t complain about anyone or anything today, even if it’s legitimate. A non-complaining/whining spouse is nicer to be around. Maybe you can hold off complaining for two days…

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The parable of the generous landowner (Mt 20:1-16) reminds us that life doesn’t always seem fair. Marriage is not always “50/50.” Striving to give your all to your beloved (100%) is better than measuring tit for tat.

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(Reader’s Tip) 50% of a marriage is finding the right person. The other 50% is being the right person.

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Daily Marriage Tip

2 Oct 2014

Even if you’re not doing anything dishonest or flirting on Facebook or other social media, it can still steal time from your marriage. Take your eyes off your computer or phone and gaze at your beloved for a while.

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