WOJ Ordinary Time 27, Year B

By CathFamily | September 24, 2021

“What God has united, human beings must not divide” (Jesus, Mark 10:9)

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Embracing ‘loving’ conflict

By Guest Author | June 25, 2021

Original post here Author: MELANIE DOONER – Melanie has worked as a teacher in Catholic secondary schools and now works as a writer and editor…

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Lent 2021 Marriage Chalenge

By Guest Author | February 19, 2021

Take the 2021 Lent Marriage Challenge by Derek and Karen Boylen Lent is a time when we recommit to our Christian calling and vocation; to…

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Beyond Fear

By Francine Pirola | September 6, 2018

The fear of an unplanned pregnancy is one of the prevailing realities of modern coupledom. No matter how much we love babies, how much we…

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Love Language Gifts

By Francine Pirola | April 26, 2018

Developed by Gary Chapman, the Five Love Languages, is a simple framework that can teach us how to love more effectively. The theory is simple…

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The Joy Bomb

By CathFamily | January 8, 2018

If you could summarise Patrick in one word, it is joy. If you could bottle Patrick’s joy and sell it, we’d be multi-billionaires. You can…

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Waiting for an annulment

By CathFamily | October 16, 2017

When I met my husband, Bob, we had to wait for his Catholic Church annulment to go through before we could even consider or plan…

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My annulment Journey

By CathFamily | October 13, 2017

The journey towards the annulment of my first marriage and full reconciliation with the Church began in early 2012. However, I had been struggling with…

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Myth-busting: annulment and divorce

By CathFamily | October 11, 2017

Back in 1997, and after about two years of waiting, I received a decree of nullity, which is more commonly known as an ‘annulment’. This…

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An important conversation

By Marilyn Rodrigues | October 9, 2017

Jesus Christ is Emmanuel, ‘God with us’. And as the body of Christ the Church also needs to remain with, embrace and guide people in…

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Raising Money-Smart Kids

By CathFamily | September 11, 2017

Children can be taught to love things and use people or to love people and use things. Money is a most powerful created thing which…

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Money and True Financial Freedom

By CathFamily | September 6, 2017

Is there a Catholic approach to money? The short answer is yes, it’s a God-given tool for us to use at the service of true…

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