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Giusto de’ Menabuoi, “The Wedding at Cana,” ca. 1376-1378 (photo: Public Domain)

Cling to Jesus Christ, whose presence will bolster your marriage and sanctify you as husbands and wives, fathers and mothers.

By Regis Martin, EWTN News, October 6, 2022

Regis MartinA colleague reminded me the other day of something I’d once said to him when asked what advice I’d give should he ever decide to marry and have kids. “Prayer and earplugs,” I replied, not realizing at the time how fatuous it would sound now that he’s already done both.

I did get it half-right, however, since reliance on prayer will prove indispensable when surrounded by children. Certainly not earplugs because you’ll need to pay close attention, and prayer will most wonderfully concentrate the mind. Oh yes, and because you’re listening to God, paying an intensity of attention to his Word, you’re far more likely to hear her words, too, which are always worth listening to even if your wife is not God….

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