The Ruth Institute has a Dream that every child be welcomed into a loving home with a married mother and father.
The Ruth Institute has a Vision: The Survivors of the Sexual Revolution change the narrative around sex, marriage, and family and create a cultural climate favorable to lifelong married love. The Survivors include, but are not limited to: Adult Children of Divorce; Successful, but Heartbroken Career Women; the Reluctantly Divorced; Donor Conceived Adult Children; Post-Abortive Women. The Survivors of the Sexual Revolution are resolute, courageous people, who reach out to offer help and healing to the younger generation.
The Ruth Institute has a Mission: We inspire the Survivors of the Sexual Revolution to recover from their negative experiences and to share their stories with the young.
Learn more about the Ruth Institute here.
A report from Dr. Morse, pictured at left, looking like a proud momma!
When I founded the Ruth Institute back in 2008, I had a dream. I wanted to see students building a climate favorable to marriage on their own campuses. I envisioned religiously serious students of all denominations founding clubs and speaking out. My speeches, writings, and radio programs, as well as the annual student leadership conference, It Takes a Family to Raise a Village (ITAF), were all vehicles for helping them.
Now, five years later, Ruth Institute students are doing exactly the sorts of things we hoped they would do. Read more…
In another post here, we provided the entire one-hour talk that Dr. Morse gave to the Magnificat group in San Diego. This is a five minute quick over view of her remarks.
Dr J, Jennifer Thieme, and Betsy Kerekes are guests on Immaculate Heart Radio’s Setting Things Right, where they discussed all things marriage as well as their recent publication, 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage with co-hosts Kent Peters, Linda Areola, and Deacon Jim Walsh. Click the POD icon here.
by Sarah Reinhard
This article was first published at osv.com on December 18, 2013.
Dr. Jennifer Morse wears many hats, any one of which would keep most people’s hands completely full. She’s the founder and president of an institute to further marriage, a senior research fellow and an author. Her experience includes research and teaching for big-name universities. She’s written scholarly articles that have appeared in an exhaustive list of publications, and she’s undoubtedly an expert in her field. The goal of the Ruth Institute, according to its website, is “to promote lifelong married love to college students by creating an intellectual and social climate favorable to marriage.” Read more…
If you are looking for practical, concrete ways to improve your marriage, be sure to check out the newly released book, 101 Tips for a Happier Marriage: Simple Ways for Couples to Grow Closer to God and to Each Other (Ave Maria Press), by Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse and Betsy Kerekes. Read more…
By Jennifer Roback Morse
This article was first published at Christianpost.com on August 28, 2013.
The blogosphere has been all abuzz with reactions to Catholic intellectual Joseph Bottum’s recent meandering piece on same sex marriage. The Sexual Revolutionaries consider Bottum’s support of redefining marriage a coup, while supporters of natural marriage are naturally disappointed. But I think this article provides important clues to the way the Sexual Revolution has proceeded and succeeded. And far from persuading me to change my views, Mr. Bottum has convinced me more than ever that natural marriage is the right side of history. Read more…