The first years of marriage. Years to establish harmony between work and family. Years to pursue the vocation to holiness together. The whole family was present for this mid-February conference at the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and the Family in Rome. It was dedicated to the challenges, hopes and future for newlyweds. The head of the Knights of Columbus, a married man himself, address
The Vocation of Marriage
Aleteia - published on 03/08/13
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