Yes, it is so true that it takes courage to form a family. It takes courage! And your question, young spouses, is linked to the question of vocation. What is marriage? It is a true and authentic vocation, as are the priesthood and the religious life. Two Christians who marry have recognized the call of the Lord in their own love story, the vocation to form one flesh and one life from two, male and female. And the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony envelops this love in the grace of God, it roots it in God himself. By this gift, and by the certainty of this call, you can continue on assured; you have nothing to fear; you can face everything together!
In an old house in Paris that was covered in vines…
no you don’t get it
this was my childhood
i think i reblogged something on madeline before but in case i didn’t: my mom would read this to me when i was little and she would always read the teachers lines with a french accent for me.
What an awesome memory.
Such emotional. So Oscar. Very best aktor. Wow.
that girl you just called fat? who cares about her backstory, you just shouldn’t be a dick to people
like do we really need a tragic story to get people to stop being mean to each other wtf
Such true. So jerk. Wow.
(in truth, we aren’t saying that the application of Clorox trumps talent, but we are saying “thank God for Lupita Nyong’o”!)
I just…I have to reblog this again <3
Right in the feels.
The Mass—and I mean every single Mass—is heaven on earth. Literally.
All about me me me!
This relativistic culture we’re in, makes us forget we live in a three-dimensional world: us on earth, heaven and hell.
It’s drawn us into ourselves and we’ve forgotten the rest.
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