This Saturday, September 10, more than 170 Facebook members will dive into an online discussion of The Four Keys to Everlasting Love: How Your Catholic Marriage Can Bring You Joy for a Lifetime. The group will discuss the book chapter-by-chapter each Saturday and share prayer intentions on Sunday. They’ll also receive daily inspirational memes based on Scripture, the Catechism, and recent popes, especially Pope St. John Paul II.
The book itself is intended mainly for engaged and married couples. But it’s especially helpful for mentor couples teaching pre-Cana for a refresher of what the Church teaches on a dozen marriage-related topics including, sacramentality, sexuality, and family prayer. Click here to join the online book club now or read on for more details from Michele Faehnle, co-author of Divine Mercy for Moms, who is the group’s administrator.
This past summer, more than 130 Catholic moms enjoyed spiritual fellowship on Facebook in the online book club for Divine Mercy for Moms. The group was such a terrific success that we decided to extend the fun. So I’m teaming with up with co-admins Amanda Torres and Aida Alaniz to delve into The Four Keys to Everlasting Love: How Your Catholic Marriage Can Bring You Joy for a Lifetime by CatholicMom marriage advice columnists Dr. Manny & Karee Santos. The discussions will begin on September 10 and end on December 3. We would love for you to jump on this opportunity to make your marriage and your faith stronger than ever!
The Four Keys to Everlasting Love is practical, easy to read, and full of personal stories to help you develop a stronger relationship with your spouse. As it says in the book’s description on Amazon: “No marriage — even a sacramental one — is free from conflicts about sex, money, child-rearing, in-laws, and work/life balance. Marriage columnist Karee Santos and her husband, Manuel, a psychiatrist who has been counseling couples for more than fifteen years, explore how applying the wisdom of the Catholic faith to marriage can free us to experience deep, lasting, and soul-satisfying love.”