Is your Marriage blessed by the Catholic Church?
If you did not participate at a Catholic parish in Marriage Preparation at the time of your wedding then you can participate in a regularization process. Wedding vows and blessings can be conducted in the church to make your wedding official in the church. Contact our Marriage Preparation Coordinator for more information.
Marriage Enrichment Retreats
Interested in Marriage Encounter Retreats? Find out about dates for upcoming retreats and contact information through the Diocese of Orlando Office of Family Life.
Is your Marriage in trouble?
Retrouvaille will help your relationship. This retreat weekend is focused on improving communication skills. Couples who are thinking of separation or divorce OR couples who have separted or divorced are invited to attend. Find out more about the retreat program OR about the local contact and upcoming retreat weekends and locations.
What is a Marriage Annulment?
An annulment is the process by which a Priest or advocate assists and ministers to divorced members within our parish community. An annulment is a statement proclaiming that a marriage was not valid in the eyes of the Catholic Church. The annulment process involves prayer, sharing, gathering information, and healing. Annulment advocates educate and encourage the person as they guide and assist them through the annulment process. If you are interested in finding out more about the Annulment process please contact our Annulment Advocate to answer your questions.
The baby’s crying, the dog is whining, and you need to leave for work in five minutes. Finding time for prayer can seem impossible. Amid the busyness of family life, how can one respond to God’s ongoing invitation to speak with and listen to Him? Here are ten pointers to help you do just that.