Category Archives: marriage

No Marriage (or sex) after the Resurrection

The teaching of our Lord: [Luke] {20:34} And so, Jesus said to them: “The children of this age marry and are given in marriage. {20:35} Yet truly, those who shall be held worthy of that age, and of the resurrection … Continue reading

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Dr. Robert Fastiggi on Marital Sexual Ethics

Dr. Fastiggi posted a comment on this blog after a post about a debate I had on Twitter on marital sexual ethics. The information he presented is noteworthy, so I’ve decided to write this brief article offering the whole text … Continue reading

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A Twitter Debate on Marital Sexual Ethics

A discussion or debate on marital sexual ethics unfolded on Twitter over the past couple of days. David Robert Gordon (@DavidRobertGor1) engaged me (@RonConte) on this topic, but it’s difficult to present a theological argument in a series of tweets. … Continue reading

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Excerpts from The Catholic Marriage Bed 1

The following passages are quoted from the revised edition of my book The Catholic Marriage Bed, available at Amazon in Kindle Format and as a Paperback Book. Chapter 1 presents the teaching of the ordinary and universal Magisterium on the … Continue reading

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What if a couple marry with the intention of never having children?

In this scenario, the man and woman are presumably fertile and able to have children. And they have no grave reason to avoid procreation. They simply prefer their lives to be free from children. They are able, but they do … Continue reading

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