Preview: 6 Part Series, Video Companion to Getting the Marriage Conversation Right
Today Catechesis is not enough. Young people (as well as older ones) are vulnerable to accepting reasonable sounding ideas that conflict with their faith. The DVD series discusses how important it is to present what the Church teaches about marriage that is grounded in indisputable reality. The technique involves seeing and verifying reality through the eyes of the child -- the child within us.
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Today, marriage is being redefined in law. Through popular culture and schools, children are receiving a corrupted understanding of what it is and why it’s important. Pressure is increasing socially and in the work place to accept an idea about marriage that conflicts with truth. Getting the Marriage Conversation Right: A Guide for Effective Dialogue teaches you how to witness the truth about marriage using non-religious language that confirms Church teaching.
Join Apostolate for Family Consecration chaplain Fr Kevin Barrett, author and founder of Catholics for the Common Good, William B. May, and CCG Board Chairman, Margot Kyd, as they discuss how to navigate the common pitfalls leading to misunderstanding and conflict. This six-part series examines the rights of children, and why it’s an imperative of social justice for the recognition of marriage, the only institution that unites kids with their moms and dads, in laws and by public institutions.Topic Titles include:
- Rebuilding a Marriage Culture
- The Civil Recognition of Marriage
- Reversing the Breakdown of Marriage
- Questions to Ponder
- Avoiding Common Traps
- Evangelizing the Culture for Marriage and Family
Individual copies of this DVD can be purchased for $9.95 from the Apostolate for Family Consecration.