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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Tackling the Tricky Questions

By Francine Pirola | June 29, 2018

Those tricky questions! They come when we least expect them and at the most inconvenient of circumstances. How can parents tackle the tricky questions from…

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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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Three Ways to Rekindle the Romance this St Valentine’s Day

By Francine and Byron Pirola | January 23, 2017

Romance and Mystery One of the things that makes a new romance so exciting and attractive is the element of uncertainty: Is this person really…

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2015 November

By Marilyn Rodrigues | October 30, 2015
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One Flesh Union

By Kiara Pirola | March 5, 2015

It can be hard to get our heads around the amazing gift that Jesus made of himself by dying on the cross for our salvation. We…

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Feasting and Fasting in Marriage

By Francine and Byron Pirola | February 18, 2015

In marriage the fasting and feasting cycle is evident in the use of natural fertility methods which are the methods of family planning approved by…

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Seasons of Marriage

By Francine and Byron Pirola | February 3, 2015

Marriages are in perpetual transition, growing, evolving, and cycling through periods of plentiful intimacy and barren despondency. In many ways, these are just like the…

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Spousal Gifts

By Francine and Byron Pirola | December 24, 2014

It was 1985 and our whole family had gone to hear a talk by visiting Jesuit Father Charles Gallagher. He was proposing a radical approach…

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Growing in Love

By Kiara Pirola | June 5, 2014

The popularity of St Valentine’s Day grew out of the joy of celebrating romantic married love. The celebration also encourages us to renew and develop…

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