In Love for Life: A Reflection Paper on the Conjugal, Social and Religious Significance of Marriage

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Cover page of In Love for Life(Ottawa - CCCB) The Catholic Organization for Life and Family has released a new publication entitled In Love For Life which is a reflection paper on the conjugal, social and religious significance of marriage.

The 44-page document presents a portrait of marriage in Canada, examines the social dimension of marriage as well as its personal and conjugal dimensions, looks at marriage from a Christian anthropological perspective and presents the sacramental dimension of marriage.

It answers many current questions, including why people marry today, what is so different about love in marriage, and what is gained by getting married instead of just living together.

The booklet provides compelling responses about the significance of marriage as well as inviting reflection and discussion. It is a useful resource and reference tool for all concerned about the future of marriage.

In Love for Life may be ordered directly from CCCB Publications at $9.95, plus taxes, shipping and handling, by telephone at 1-800-769-1147, by fax at (613) 241-5090 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The Catholic Organization for Life and Family was jointly founded by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Knights of Columbus to promote respect for human life and the essential role of the family.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, March 26 2019  
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Canada’s oldest diocese, the Archdiocese of Quebec, was established in 1674. Most Reverend François de Laval was its first Bishop.