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How I Met My Husband After Graduation: 7 Catholic Women Share

Last edited 13th April 2015

"I’m about to graduate from college and I’m still single. A lot of my friends are in serious relationships or getting engaged. I’m scared I’m going to have a hard time finding someone to marry once I’m out of school. Do you have any advice?"


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What's Thrilling About Chastity?

Last edited 31st March 2015

Dawn Eden writes about chastity as someone who’s struggled to achieve it. Her struggles were rooted in more than just original sin; she was sexually abused as a child, suffered from her parents’ divorce, and in her loneliness, found herself lapping up the nonsense preached by today’s sex-crazed and confused culture.


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Our Emotions, Our Bodies, Ourselves

Last edited 10th March 2015

“Women’s fertility is a sign of health, not of disease; a source of power. But they are under constant pressure to restrain it, to apologise for getting pregnant, and to suppress their anger and fear at being cheated (as increasingly they are) of its natural flowering.”

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Should I tell my Girlfriend About my Addiction to Pornography? I’m Afraid She’ll Leave Me.

Last edited 5th March 2015

Should tell your girlfriend about your porn problem, or should you continue to conceal it? I say neither. Instead of telling your girlfriend that you are hooked on porn and risk losing her, get rid of the porn, and tell her what you’ve done for love of her. If you truly love her, then you know that love is capable of very heroic acts. As I once read, a knight cannot be brave unless he has love. His love gives him his courage.

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Chesterton in Love

Last edited 12th February 2015

St Valentine’s Day is coming up this weekend, and thoughts of love are in the air. Now, he may not be the first figure to spring to mind when thinking of romance, but here he is anyway: G.K. Chesterton. He was an incurable romantic, and spent years of his life wooing his wife, Frances - long after he was married to her, in fact.


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Celebrating Saint Valentine - 2015 Resource Kit

Last edited 23rd February 2015

The Bishops Commission for Pastoral Life has released a resource for parishes and schools to celebrate the feast day of St Valentine on 14 February! The resource has the theme: "Honouring marriage as life-long romantic love". The aim of this resource is to encourage families, parishes and schools to build on the popularity of St Valetine’s Day to affirm the value of romantic, married love. If you are a teacher, youth minister or you assist in your local parish, this is a great resource for the weekend!


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The Romance of a Lifetime

Last edited 12th February 2015

After 30 years of marriage, Bill Stearman offers some Valentine's Day advice for young couples.


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Courting vs. Dating | What's the Difference?

Last edited 9th February 2015

There are lively debates around courting vs dating. The concept of courting may sound outdated to some in our modern world. When hearing the term, many have images of their grandparents being chaperoned by their parents with their special someone. In those days, courting was about getting to know your potential partner as much as possible in a safe, pure environment. Often, these courtships led to successful marriages that lasted lifelong.


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50 Things to Know About "Fifty Shades of Grey"

Last edited 2nd February 2015

"Fifty Shades of Grey" is not romantic. It is about unequal power, and perverted and abusive relationships. In this video, Matt Fradd from Covenant Eyes talks about the Fifty Shades phenomenon that is now a trilogy, a musical, and a major motion picture.

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The Freedom of Boundaries

Last edited 1st February 2015

Most people hear the word, “boundaries” and automatically bring up the question: “How far can we go physically without crossing a line?” Of course, that’s an important question to consider, but in fact there is far more to it than that. Yes, boundaries can be physical. But they can also be emotional, or even conversational. For me, respecting my own boundaries with other people is essential: it’s one of the primary ways that I learn to respect myself!

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