The essays in this volume offer a look at the challenges facing married Catholics today and also present resources from Christian tradition that can help couples and families forge a long and satisfying relationship with one another, with children, and with the communities of the Church and society. This examination provides an exploration of the distinctively Catholic approach to marriage--that is, as rooted in a particular way of thinking about God, human love, and the community--as well as an analysis of how married people negotiate life in the 21st century United States. Written by eminent scholars who are themselves married Catholics, striving to articulate a Catholic approach to marriage, this reference also takes a close look at specific populations within the church that merit particular attention in the marriage ministry, including interfaith marriages and marriages in various subcultures.
Product code: BGRGN
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Co ,U.S.
Dimensions: 18.3cm x 23.5cm
Publish date: 01/08/2010
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