Can Marriage be Saved?

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witnesstoloveWhen marriage is in the headlines it is often an issue of controversy, contention, confusion and pain. Mary Rose and Ryan Verret are doing something to counter that trend. They are the founders of Witness to Love, a marriage prep renewal ministry now present in diocese around the country.

Can Catholic marriage be saved? (Yes!) How does marriage mentoring work? What difference does it make? In conversation with Kathryn Jean Lopez, the Verrets will get practical and inspiring for anyone involved in marriage prep, renewal, married, or knows anyone who is married and wants to be a better support.

 


Speakers:

Screen Shot 2017-08-29 at 8.46.20 AMMary-­Rose and  Ryan Verret are the founders of Witness to Love and the authors of Witness to Love: How to Help the Next Generation Build Marriages that Survive and Thrive.

Mary­-Rose is a featured presenter in the series “Doors of Mercy” released by St. Benedict Press for the Year of Mercy. Together the Verrets speak on issues regarding marriage, mercy, faith, family and fertility. Mary-­Rose has been interviewed by: The National Catholic Register, EWTN, The Catholic World Report, Catholic News Agency, The Gus Lloyd Show, Aleteia, and secular media outlets.

Ryan completed graduate studies in Theology, Clinical Psychology, and Medical Ethics and worked for several years in the field of healthcare administration. Since 2010, Ryan has worked primarily in the development of legislative and educational efforts that develop the Culture of Life both in Louisiana and throughout the United States and Canada.
Together Ryan and Mary-Rose speak on issues regarding evangelization, marriage, NFP, miscarriage and medical ethics. They are frequent guests on EWTN’s Catholic Radio for Acadiana and they reside in the heart of Cajun Country with their four children. Their passion is teaching couples to share their marriage with others!

 

Moderated by:

Lopez

Kathryn Jean Lopez

Senior Fellow

National Review Institute

 

 


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The National Review Institute was founded by William F. Buckley Jr. in 1991, some 36 years after he founded National Review  magazine. The Institute is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), charitable organization, established to complement its sister organization, National Review, by engaging in policy development, public education, and advocacy to advance the conservative principles Buckley championed.