A deep dive into 21st century dating and love with millennials and counselors.
Bridget and Regina discuss how couples can form habits to have a lasting marriage.
Peter Jesserer Smith, OSV National News and Features Editor, talks about the vocation of marriage, its power for evangelization and the role of the Catholic journalist.
Jim Barrette, with the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, talks about how this Archdiocese inspires lifelong marriage formation and how it will take a generation or two to see the catechumenate really take root.
Bridget and Regina discuss sexual intimacy in marriage and how it relates to the whole relationship.
Josephine and Sal Caruso talk about what the marriage landscape in California looks like and why it’s important to reach out for newly married couples.
Sharon Goh, from the Archdiocese of Vancouver in Canada, shares what marriage preparation is like in Vancouver and her team helps couples thrive.
Julia Dezelski, with the USCCB, discusses the Marriage Catechumenate Summit, the state of marriage in the U.S., and why she is hopeful for the future.
J.P. DeGance discusses his findings from the Nationwide Study on Faith & Relationships and how we can do better to serve the loneliest people in church pews.
Bridget and Regina discuss newlywed life and how you meld two lives together.
Bridget and Regina talk about how to keep a wedding day in the right perspective.
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