The Tablet’s Spring Wedding Guide is designed to assist all of the newly (and nearly) engaged, as well as their families and friends, in the exciting journey ahead – practically and spiritually.
Congratulations on your engagement! There are lots of things to think about as you head toward the big day. This checklist can start you on the right track – practically and spiritually.
For Catholic couples, the engagement period is about much more than the myriad details of planning a wedding. Beyond the guest list, dress and caterer, there is faith that abides and hopefully grows long after the flowers have dried and the photos are tucked away in albums.
Earlier this year, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) launched a new mobile-responsive website, ForYourMarriage.org, for couples at every stage of their journey together.
Spending too much and saving too little? Getting out of your current financial rut can feel daunting without the right habits and tools.
We had vowed to love each other till death do us part, and we knew we were serious about that commitment. But would we always feel so attracted and affectionate?
From making and keeping appointments, to completing your to-do list, there’s no reason to get overwhelmed. Try these tips and tools for a more organized life, no matter how much chaos is thrown at you.
Marriage existed long before Christianity, so we might ask ourselves: Did Christianity do anything to transform marriage, to make it distinct from what had come before?
The Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens provides marriage preparation classes – also known as pre-Cana – in English, Spanish, Creole, Polish and Italian. There are specialized sessions for interfaith couples, couples who are re-marrying and couples convalidating civil unions.
The Engaged Encounter weekend offers couples a unique opportunity to look at their commitment to each other in a deeper way as they prepare for marriage in the Catholic Church.