Monday, February 18, 2008

Marriage Survey "gives us reasons to be grateful and hopeful...raises concerns and presents...challenges." described today a "Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate...released by the U.S. bishops last week."
Joseph Kurtz, chairman of the bishops' Subcommittee on Marriage and Family Life, said the findings paint "a mixed picture" and that "it gives us reasons to be grateful and hopeful. It also raises concerns and presents us with challenges."
According to the survey, 70% of currently married Catholics in the United States were either married in the Church or had their marriage blessed. A slight majority of Catholics (55%) say their views about marriage have been at least "somewhat" informed by Church teaching.
Read the Zenit article, which contains a link to "the U.S. bishops' National Pastoral Initiative for Marriage."
Wiki-image of wedding rings by Jeff Belmonte is used according to Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 .

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