For Your Marriage
The Diocese of Salt Lake and the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women thank Andrew and Terri Lyke for a wonderful presentation! The focus of their work is in marriage education, spiritual formation and ongoing social support through outreach from faith-based communities. They facilitate retreats, workshops, relationship coaching, and parish consultations to raise our sights on how we, the body of Christ, live in the Light of God's grace through the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony.
"Couples Check-in: Strategies for Troubled Times"
2 pm to 4:45 pm
Renewal of vows with Bishop Solis, 5 pm
For more information, visit the Arusi network here:
For the Office of Marriage and Family:
This office provides information for:
Marriage Help for Struggling Couples, the Retrouvaille Program
USCCB Resources: Click on area of interest
Every family is called to be a place of prayer, service, and love – a “little Church of the home.” Families naturally do this in their day-to-day lives: “The spirituality of family love is made up of thousands of small but real gestures” (Pope Francis, Amoris Laetitia, no. 315). They do this by strengthening the bonds of love among their members, and by asking the Lord’s presence into their homes. There are so many ways to make your family a domestic Church, and the content here can provide guidance and support.
Witness to Love: Be Light Date Night Series
The Witness to Love marriage apostolate offers a Marriage Renewal Date Night Series. This 5-part online series features couples who share real tips for renewing your marriage during this unique time in our lives. The apostolate also recently launched Be Light: Year of Belonging, which is the first year of a five-year movement to draw married couples closer together in Christ while being transformed into family missionary disciples.
Beloved: Finding Happiness in Marriage
Created by the Augustine Institute, Beloved is a 12-part video series that explores the meaning of marriage and how to live it out together. Each session includes about 30 minutes of video content presented by well-known Catholic authors and speakers. The program is available online with a subscription to FORMED.org, a Catholic video and audio streaming platform. Also available in Spanish.
The Virtues Marriage Enrichment Series
John and Teri Bosio’s program for married couples, The Virtues, is currently available online so couples can watch it together at home. The program consists of 4 short videos about the cardinal virtues: Prudence, Justice, Courage, and Temperance.
Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family
The Institute seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of person, marriage and family, faithful to the Catholic tradition in light of the teachings of the Second Vatican Council and Pope John Paul II. For those seeking reflections on marriage from our Popes and modern writers, this is a helpful resource.
St. John Paul II has a wonderful reflection: God’s Gift of Life and Love: On Marriage and the Eucharist.
We thank Matt Selby, Archdiocese of Dubuque, for his recommendations.