Do Something Great For Your Marriage…
Diocesan Marriage Renewal
The Sacrament of Matrimony calls a man and a woman to become one.
Oneness in marriage is not accomplished by merely wishing for it. It does not happen overnight — nor even in the first twenty-five years.
Becoming one in mind, heart and spirit is a lifelong journey in faith and love.
Diocesan Marriage Renewal is the answer.
- Are you looking for a special weekend together?
- A time to relax, dream dreams, and fall in love again?
- A time to set aside the cares of work, family, long hours and juggled schedules?
- A time to get back in touch with each other?
We ask you then to experience the extraordinary beauty a Marriage Renewal Weekend can bring to your relationship.
Matt loves Lisseth
When we completed our Engaged Encounter weekend, we made a commitment to treat ourselves to a Diocesan Marriage Renewal Weekend before our fifth wedding anniversary. We ended up making the weekend before our fourth anniversary and still, we wish we had done it sooner. We had a good marriage but we were wearing ourselves out with the burdens of building a family and making a living. The weekend is awesome and exactly what we needed to step back, catch our breath and get refocused on each other. Empowered by the experience of the weekend, we now work smarter — not harder — to make ours a great marriage. Don't hesitate another minute — sign up now. Your spouse will love you for it.
Mark loves Tina
After 22 years of what we felt has been a great marriage, we were able to discover ways to make it a hundredfold better. It has been a blessing that has opened the door for a lifetime of love and has proven to be a significant event in helping us to build a Christ-centered home. Both our marriage and our faith has been rekindled, rejuvenated, redirected, and energized. Take a leap of faith and…. attend a Diocesan Marriage Renewal Weekend at your earliest opportunity—you will be blessed in more ways than you ever dreamed!
Without good lines of communication, couples will often keep their feelings to themselves, usually negative feelings. All this does is encourage resentment and frustration and therefore gradually gnaw away at the foundations of your […]