sacrament of marriage


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And God said 'For this shall a man leave his father and his mother, and they shall be two in one flesh; and then was instituted the divine sacrament of marriage, with such ties that death alone can loose them.
Some folks I've talked with are relieved to hear that the traditional sacrament of marriage between one man and one woman seems secure in the hands of Pope Francis.
Instead of a federal government that works to undermine our values, imagine a federal government that works to defend the sanctity of human life and to uphold the sacrament of marriage," Cruz said.
It added: "It is time for Christians of conscience to examine the dire consequences if the homosexuals are given access to the sacrament of marriage.
Elizabeth Wright Pomierski and Philip Redding Meador were joined in the holy sacrament of marriage on February 1, 2014.
They do not have eternal life, nor do they know about the sacrament of marriage and the sacramental life.
Like, the sacrament of marriage, it can't eliminate weaknesses.
In fact many parish churches offer free weddings for those who want to receive the sacrament of marriage," according to Asis.
Teenasia's adoption felt closer to the sacrament of marriage than to baptism.
The 543 couples, with a combined total of 18,048 years of marriage, will attend a Mass in Thanksgiving for the Sacrament of Marriage at Westminster Cathedral in central London.
While Iris perturbs the patriarchal sacrament of marriage with an extramarital affair, Laura is perturbed by Richard's adulterous and perverse inclinations.
I might be celibate, but I appreciate the wonder of the sacrament of marriage.