Additional Marriage Resources

Posted March 27, 2017 by in Resources

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Additional Marriage Resources


Q&A: Can Catholics get married outside a Catholic Church?
• The one thing you need to do to make sure your child marries well

Post-Marriage Prep Resources

Continue to grow your faith with your family.

Catholic LifeStyle

Among the Lilies — a podcast with a target audience of women and discussing authentic life.
Do Something Beautiful — a podcast based on St. Mother Theresa of Calcutta of doing small things with great love in the modern day-to- day world.
Catching Foxes — a podcast featuring “Two guys talking about the collision of faith and culture. (Occasionally explicit.)”
Catholic Stay-at-Home-Dad — a blog with reflections on being a husband, father, and a Catholic Millennial.

Catholic Spirituality

Blessed is She — devotional and scriptural reflections for women. Includes daily reflections, opportunities for workshops, and an online store for materials and products.
Catholic Gentlemen — discusses and encourages virtue and service.
Abiding Together — a podcast to provide inspiring and authentic content that provides encouragement for people who are on the journey of living out their passion and purpose in Jesus Christ.
• UMD Newman Catholic Campus —a podcast with homilies shared by Fr. Mike Schmitz.

Catholic 101

• Pints with Aquinas — a podcast addressing many of life’s questions using St. Thomas Aquinas’s writings as guides for answers.
• Catholic Stuff You Should Know — podcast responding to Pope Benedict XVI’s request to use technology to evangelize. “The style and format were entirely hijacked from the professional, well-researched and rather humorless podcast Stuff You Should Know. Our style has been coined ‘consciously unprofessional’”.
Word on Fire — podcasts, blogs, and videos that utilizes the tremendous resources of the Roman Catholic tradition—art, architecture, poetry, philosophy, theology, and the lives of the saints— in order to explain and interpret the event of Jesus Christ.
• Fr. Mike Schmitz and Ascension Presents — a YouTube Channel with short videos discussing relevant topics that relate daily life with Catholic teaching.

Natural Family Planning

Below are resources for learning more about Natural Family Planning methods:

• Sympto-Thermal:
• Creighton:
• Marquette:
• General search for instructors/classes: