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Relationships

Aleteia's collection of articles on family or kinship relations, friendship, marriage, relations with associates, work, clubs, neighborhoods, and places of worship, from a Catholic perspective.

Craving community? Let St. Lydia be your guide

St. Lydia inspires us to practice “casual hospitality.”

It’s okay to do these 3 things when you’ve lost a loved one

Give yourself permission to let the experience of grief be personal and unique.

5 Red flags in a dating relationship

If you're aware of these issues early on, you can avoid potential problems down the road.

These high school cross-country runners are changing the lives of shelter dogs

Caring for all of God's creatures is an important duty and these young people are showing us how...

How to cope when suicide touches your life

A psychologist provides advice for how to heal after a loved one is gone.

The power of eye contact — even with strangers

Looking people in the eye can be uncomfortable, but it's a simple way to change the world.

How to develop the courage you need for today’s dating scene

There aren't many ground rules today, but these ideas will help you succeed.

Have guests arrived? Take a page from Abraham and Sarah on how to be a good host

The Book of Genesis can offer plenty of inspiration the next time someone crosses your threshold.

Why romantic relationships need us to operate in “we” mode

Achieving intimacy on all levels is important in order to truly work as a couple.

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