Readers, we are starting a new writing project here at Ruth, the details of which will be divulged later. For now, we are collecting your responses to a series of questions. We hope your advice will be helpful to others in their marriages. If you can help by aswering the following question, please do so in the comments. Note that off-topic or off-color comments will be deleted.
Question: How do you handle the difficulties associated with health and disability issues within your family and marriage? (Please note: this has nothing to do with orientation!) If this situation applies to you, please write your helpful advice and/or encouragement below. Thank you.
Building a different kind of culture.
by William C. Duncan, a Ruth Institute Circle of Experts member, and the director of the Marriage Law Foundation.
This article was first published August 27, 2013, at ethika politica.
Our laws have never, thankfully, required a parenting license. Historically, though, determining a legal parent often meant looking at a marriage license (or proof of marriage, since licenses are a relative newcomer on the legal scene). Read more…
By Stephen Baskerville, a Ruth Institute Circle of Experts Member
This article was first published April 8, 2013, at World Net Daily.com.
The fight to save marriage, as current being waged, is largely pointless. It simply cannot be won on these terms. If defenders of marriage can let go of their own politically correct fixations and squarely face some harsh but incontrovertible facts, it is still possible to stop the impending destruction of marriage by the courts. Read more…
Bill May Presents Positive Marriage Strategy
Diocesan Pastoral Center
Reservations Only/ Space is Limited
CCG’s San Diego Team leaders have joined forces with the Office for Social Ministry of the Diocese of San Diego for an evening with CCG President Bill May on Wednesday, July 17, to discuss the marriage crisis and where we go from here. His talk, entitled “A New Strategy Needed for Marriage,” will focus on recent Supreme Court decisions, the breakdown of marriage, and will illustrate the critical need for a new positive marriage movement. Read more…