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OTG: Evangelizing the Culture for Marriage and Family

By Thomas V. Mirus (bio - articles - email) | Jan 09, 2015

Those who wish to deepen their understanding of marriage and the family, and of the contemporary issues involving them, may be interested in a six-part miniseries on EWTN which begins on January 12. The episode schedule:

  • RESOLVING CULTURAL CONFUSION ABOUT MARRIAGE- Monday, January 12
    Learn about the marriage debate by understanding its true meaning and purpose and how to witness the truth about marriage and stimulate a meaningful and productive engagement with family members and friends.
  • RECONNECTING MARRIAGE WITH CHILDREN- Tuesday, January 13
    The crisis of the breakdown of marriage is touching almost every extended family. Learn how marriage has become separated from children, the foundation of the family and why more people are choosing not to marry.
  • REBUILDING A MARRIAGE CULTURE-Wednesday, January 14
    The breakdown of marriage in our country has become more obvious and puts a child at risk in developing a distorted understanding of it. Our culture is in need of a new marriage movement.
  • QUESTIONS THAT REVEAL THE TRUTH ABOUT MARRIAGE-Thursday, January 15 
    Discover how to ask key questions that provoke thought, open new avenues of discussion, and help people discover the truth about the reality of marriage. Learn how to differentiate between false rights and true human rights.
  • AVOIDING CONFLICTS AND MISUNDERSTANDING WHEN EVANGELIZING FOR MARRIAGE-Friday, January 16
    Learn how to express authentic Catholic teaching in non-religious language, especially when talking to young people and how to avoid common mistakes made when witnessing the truth about marriage that lead to misunderstanding and conflict.
  • NEXT STEPS, RESOLVING CULTURAL CONFUSION ABOUT MARRIAGE- Monday, January 19
    Learn how to effectively respond to frequently asked questions that keep the marriage conversation focused on the truth., Learn about the marriage debate by understanding its true meaning and purpose and how to witness the truth about marriage and stimulate a meaningful and productive engagement with family members and friends.

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Thomas V. Mirus is an administrative assistant and writer at CatholicCulture.org. A jazz pianist with a music degree, he often takes the lead in our commentary on the arts. See full bio.

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