5 Ways Catholic Families Stand Out–Does YOUR Family Do These Things?

5 Ways Catholic Families Stand Out–Does YOUR Family Do These Things? May 1, 2015

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In anticipation of my wife and I speaking at the upcoming World Meeting of Families, I’ll be contributing a monthly feature at the Our Sunday Visitor Daily Take.  Here is my first installment that looks at 5 ways Catholic families are called to be different from other families.

Are Catholic families supposed to be different? What would that difference look like? The Church has been considering these questions in earnest, especially in light of the upcoming World Meeting of Families and the 2015 Synod on the Family. While I don’t presume to offer definitive answers, considering the Church’s writings on the matter, here are what I would like to suggest are the five most important differences that distinguish a family committed to living the Catholic vision of family life.  READ THE ARTICLE HERE!

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