Marriage

J.D. Long-García August 22, 2019
Its multifaceted approach aims to welcome couples into the community, enrich their relationships and help them grow together in the faith.
Couples exchange vows during a wedding service at St. Michael the Archangel Church in Georgetown, Del., on Feb. 14, 2010. (CNS photo/Don Blake, The Dialog)
Robert David Sullivan August 20, 2019
Nearly two-thirds of college graduates are married, writes Robert David Sullivan, compared with only about half of those who have not gone beyond high school.
Pasky Pascual August 09, 2019
I pray we are merely on temporarily divergent, independent journeys to our best personal selves so that, someday, we can meet again downstream in conjoined bliss. 
Lynn and Mark were married in 2016 after their annulment was approved thanks to reforms to the process initiated by Pope Francis. (photo: Salt & Light TV)
Emma Winters May 31, 2019
The key, the filmmakers say, was to shift the spotlight off of Francis onto ordinary people who have been impacted by him.
Pope Francis told the bishops of Italy that he was disappointed that so many of their dioceses had yet to implement the reforms he ordered to make the marriage annulment process quicker, more pastoral and less expensive.
Catholic News Service April 10, 2019
The introduction of "no-fault" divorces in the United Kingdom will undermine marriages from the outset, said the Catholic bishops of England and Wales.