Many Catholics don’t accept the truth about marriage because they don’t accept—or even know—the truth about sex. It’s time to break silence and tell them the truth.
Are only children–and their parents–better off? Yes, says the author of a new book, One and Only: The Freedom of Having an Only Child and the Joy of Being One. Her warped feminist lens sees parenting as a zero-sum game and each child as a potential threat to a woman’s ‘authentic self.’ She’s couldn’t be more wrong.
At first glance, there’s nothing impressive about Laura Fotusky. Her soft, middle-aged figure, unremarkable cardigan, and dark, ‘80s-style hair capture the plain ordinariness of small-town America. Nothing chic or trendy here. But Laura grabbed headlines recently, standing tall to answer the call of conscience against the power of law. She resigned from her job as…
Mary died unexpectedly. But when she died, God didn’t read her obituary, he read her heart–a heart that grew in love every time she asked, “What’s your will for me, Lord?”
Their marriage lived because their attitude of heart carried them past the dangerous places where marriages die. Theirs is a mutual love that says, “I do things for him and he does things for me.”