Marriage: The Mystery of Faithful Love

February 14, 2018 - Comment

These pages will give you what you need to make your marriage a source of profound happiness and lasting peace: Knowledge: You’ll come to understand the nature of marriage and its superiority to living together and other temporary unions. Love: You’ll learn to distinguish love from lust, infatuation, and other common counterfeits; and you’ll discover

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These pages will give you what you need to make your marriage a source of profound happiness and lasting peace:

Knowledge: You’ll come to understand the nature of marriage and its superiority to living together and other temporary unions. Love: You’ll learn to distinguish love from lust, infatuation, and other common counterfeits; and you’ll discover the healing role it can play in the best and bleakest of marriages. Faith: You’ll come to see how the sacramental marriage of Christians is the fulfillment and perfection of marriage, giving husband and wife what every spouse secretly longs for.

Especially today, this beautiful book which reveals the sublime vocation of Christian marriage is a must for anyone who is eager to live worthily this great mystery of love.

Marriage will show you:

The one right motive for marrying and the many wrong ones (some often accepted by Christians) The difference between the meaning of marriage and its purpose (and the dangers of confusing the two) The five ways in which married love differs from other loves Six counterfeit loves: what sometimes passes for love isn’t The key role of will in sustaining love Your unhappy marriage: it may be a clear call from God How difficulties and suffering can deepen your marriage and make you and your spouse better persons How marriage reveals God’s love and presence How Christianity intensifies married love The meaning of marriage as a sacrament: its promises, its demands, and how it is a source of strength and grace.

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Comments

Thomas DePauw says:

The Objective “I-Thou” Communion This book, along with JPII’s Theology of the Body, really opened my eyes to the intrinsic meaning of marriage. Here von Hildebrand illuminates the reality of marriage as an objective bond resulting from the spouses’ solemn decision to bind themselves to each other in Christ. Because of the objectivity of this bond, von Hildebrand clearly shows that once the solemn vows have been made marriage is outside of a person’s arbitrary inclinations, and thus is irrevocable. Furthermore, he points to…

thomas nestor says:

“LLove without an unqualified commitment betrays the very essence of love. ” The critics of marriage do not see … This superb reflection on the true meaning of marriage should, and would –in an ideal world would– be studied in school as part of whatever curriculum, as a necessary preparation for life. “LLove without an unqualified commitment betrays the very essence of love.” The critics of marriage do not see that continuity–and especially faithfulness–is an essential characteristic of a truly great personality, and of a great relationship. In a marriage without commitment the most…

phred d says:

Great description of marriage Great description of marriage. Only disagreement is the Catholic doctrine on Holy orders (I think marriage is the highest of Holy Orders). Also some will be offended by the Catholic perspective on children/childbearing.

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