Marriage - Pastoral

Matrimonio y divorcio: problemas

Antonio Orozco con Monseñor Cormac Burke, Prelado Auditor de la Rota Romana (Escritos «Arvo» - no 134. Año XIII. Abril 1993)

Marriage in Tough Times (The Melbourne Record. May 12, 2007)

A former judge of the Roman Rota has called for Catholics to play a bigger role in counter-acting divorce among friends and family members.

Monsignor Cormac Burke visited Australia this week to give lectures in Melbourne and Sydney. The theme of his Melbourne talk, delivered at the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and the Family, was the importance of commitment in marriage. In an interview with The Record, Mons Burke warned of some of the dangers confronting marriages in the modern world.

"Atomic" explosions in marriage
Among these is a common lack of understanding that every marriage will inevitably go through tough times, including anger against one's married spouse. "All of the successful marriages I've seen have gone through plenty of troubles," he said.

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