This week we are joined by a very special expert. One of the major goals of this podcast is to help men (and women!) improve the quality of their marriages. We all know what the divorce rates are. While we try to pretend like it could never happen around us, the statistics say otherwise. Whether you are single, married, or divorced yourself, we all need to learn!
Lisa Duffy is an expert on the topic of what the church teaches about divorce. Having been through an unwanted divorce herself, she is also an expert about both how to recover, and perhaps even more importantly, some ways to help avoid it. This is the first interview in what may become a series of interviews that is intended to start a discussion on this very painful topic.
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Saints Louis and Zélie Martin,
after having had the desire for religious life,
you heard the Lord’s call to the vocation of marriage.
You are the “parents without equal”
of whom your daughter Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus speaks;
You gave all glory to God
through your humble and patient work,
your commitment to the poor,
and your family life,
where reigned the happiness
of loving and being loved.
You lived your daily life concretely
through the joys and sorrows of your existence.
Listen to our prayer and intercede for us with God the Father for all marriages,
through Jesus Christ our Lord,
in the grace of the Holy Spirit.
Lisa Duffy is a Catholic author, speaker, and divorce recovery expert who experienced the tragedy of an unwanted divorce in the early 1990s. She has more than 20 years of personal experience helping people rebuild their lives after divorce. Author of A Road to Healing: Daily Reflections for Divorced Catholics, The Catholic Guide To Dating After Divorce, and Divorced. Catholic. Now What?, she has also instituted the Journey of Hope program for Catholic divorce support groups in parishes across the US and in Canada. She blogs at Patheos.Com’s A Million Unheard Souls as well as CatholicMatch.Com. She resides in South Carolina with her husband and three children.
and contributes to many print and online publications such as Aleteia.Org. Aside from her dedication to her family, Lisa speaks at conferences, appears on television and radio, coaches one-on-one and in groups and holds online events.
“The Catholic Guide to dating after divorce”