Latest Family Foundations is in the mail!

We are always a bit excited about the January-February issue of Family Foundations…it’s traditionally focused on the engaged and newly married and that naturally brings a real freshness and sparkle to the issue. The 2012 Wedding Issue is in the mail now, and we’ve compiled articles that will help and inspire not only those engaged and newly married, but also those married for many years. For instance,

  • A look at newlywed finances
  • Adjusting to each other’s temperaments
  • Straight talk from Archbishop Sheehan on cohabitation
  • An invitation to the NFP world for the guys, from a distinctly male perspective
  • Embracing being in the minority by using NFP

Several articles invite readers to go online and share their own thoughts, experiences and advice for others who may be navigating similar situations right now. Those articles are shared below in separate posts, and we invite you to join the conversation!

Family Foundations is unique in spotlighting issues of concern and providing relevant information to couples practicing NFP. Most readers are grateful to have the connection with other NFP users that the magazine brings.

Six times a year Family Foundations is received by all those who are members of CCL. If you do not currently receive our magazine, consider becoming a CCL member to get this helpful resource in your home. A gift membership is also a great way to introduce others to the NFP lifestyle!

Learn more and review sample issues here. For gift memberships, contact the CCL office at 800-745-8252.

2 thoughts on “Latest Family Foundations is in the mail!”

  1. I love the idea of giving this magazine as a wedding or anniversary gift! As a 20-something woman, I think the Catholic newlyweds in your life would really appreciate it.

    I remember the first couple months after I was married. Having walked closely with the Church on marriage prep for the past 12 months, it felt like it kind of went away. Sure, my husband and I were attending Mass weekly, but we were no longer being singled out or served, just blending in among the congregation — and there’s so much to learn “After ‘I Do’”!

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