From the President

Posted on November 18, 2014 in From the PresidentComments Off

In Rome, Pope Francis has been talking to Church leaders about the critical task of accompanying families throughout their faith journey. What direction will your parish journey take in 2015? Strong Catholic Families Helping the Church to Partner with Parents to Bring Home the Faith www.strongcatholicfamilies.org “Each … family first …

From the Editor

Posted on October 19, 2014 in Letter From The EditorComments Off

Steve & Kathy Beirne put together a Power Point slide show for last summer’s NACFLM conference featuring quotes from church documents regarding marriage, family life and evangelization. Enjoy!

Latest in PDCCs

Posted on September 22, 2014 in PDCCComments Off

Please join us on Thursday, October 16th for our next Professional Development Conference Call.  Lynn Kapusinski will speak on how divorce grief is complicated particularly for children.  Ongoing interventions are critical so children can heal and enter marriage free of unresolved hurts that, otherwise, may influence them to divorce themselves. …

Latest in Marriage

Posted on September 12, 2014 in Family, MarriageComments Off

Prayer for the Synod of Bishops Jesus, Mary and Joseph, in you we contemplate the splendor of true love, to you we turn with trust. Holy Family of Nazareth, grant that our families too may be places of communion and prayer, authentic schools of the Gospel and small domestic Churches. …

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Posted on September 12, 2014 in Family, MarriageComments Off

Prayer for the Synod of Bishops Jesus, Mary and Joseph, in you we contemplate the splendor of true love, to you we turn with trust. Holy Family of Nazareth, grant that our families too may be places of communion and prayer, authentic schools of the Gospel and small domestic Churches. …

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Catholic Family Life NACFLM
October 29, 2014 at 9:55 am

On the first two days of November each year, the Church commemorates two linked feast days: All Saints (November 1) and All Souls (November 2). All Saints is easy to understand: We remember all those who have lived lives of heroic holiness, whether the Church has canonized them or not. On All Souls, we remember all those who have died, not just the spiritual superstars.

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