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By Christina M. Sorrentino, Catholic Exchange, Aug. 11, 2022

Christina M. Sorrentino resides in Staten Island, New York, and is a freelance writer, theology teacher, and author of the books Belonging to Christ and Called to Love – A Listening Heart. She is the Editor-in-Chief of Ignitum Today and has contributed to various publications including Word on Fire, Radiant Magazine, and Homiletic & Pastoral Review. …


There is no greater force against evil in the world than the love of a man and woman in marriage. After the Holy Eucharist, it has a power beyond anything that we can imagine. ~Cardinal Raymond Burke

I was sitting in the pew gazing upward towards the front of the Church where my cousin was standing waiting for the processional hymn to begin. He was grinning from ear to ear as he kept his eyes on the back of the church waiting for his beautiful bride to appear. Moments later the organ began to play “Ave Maria,” and there she was in her white dress gently making her way towards the altar.

As I glanced back at my cousin his eyes were glazed and tears were flowing down his face. The joy that radiated deep down within his soul was pouring out as the woman he was going to spend the rest of his life with and become the mother of his children was there before him. …

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