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Faith, Marriage, and the Salvation of Souls

For those who are called to the vocation of marriage, the wedding day marks an incredible milestone, one of the most memorable experiences in the life of husband and wife. While the world would give the impression that this one day is the be-all and end-all of events, natural and supernatural wisdom and experience tell us something different.

The wedding day is a highpoint to be sure in the life-long journey of the couple. In one sense it is a culmination of (what we hope would be) a lifetime of preparation, but one that, of course,…

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