Tonight on the Tactical Catholic Podcast, we will talk about the wonders of Catholic Marriage and Vocation. Whether you are called to the Sacrament of Matrimony, are currently married, or are discerning a call to live as a single person in this world tonight’s show is for you. Tonight on the podcast, join us and share your stories, comments and questions.
- How did you meet your spouse?
- How did you know you were called to the Vocation of Matrimony?
- What are some things you do as a couple that help strengthen your marriage?
- What are some ways single persons can discern marriage vs. a call to the single life or a call to Religious life?
- Where can you go to find a good spouse?
- What if one spouse is strong in the faith and the other is not?
- Welcoming children
- Embracing the single life
I have a whole list of things we can talk about, but what will make the show special is for YOU to interact. Send your comments and questions to the show by posting a comment below this article. Tell us what’s on your mind or ask us a question.
Don’t forget to tune in tonight LIVE at 9pm central. http://www.fiatministrynetwork.tv.
Typically Tactical Catholic tends to aim our writing and podcasts at Catholic guys. However, we understand that in many homes it is the wife who is the spiritual weightlifter.
Ladies, I am going to make myself explicitly clear, and I want you to read this carefully.
Catholic ladies, I’d like to make an appeal to you. We, the Catholic men of the world, need encouragement. Fewer and fewer of us understand the great weight that is placed upon our shoulders to be the men that God has called us to be. Those of us who do understand the gravity of our vocation are often overwhelmed. We feel as though it is us against the entire world and that the odds are steeply stacked against us. These men need to be reminded that we are not alone and that we have our women to support and love us, whether you are our spouse, our friend, our sibling, our parent, or our child. We so appreciate prayer and a word of encouragement. Don’t stop praying.
Those who do not understand what it means to be a man called by God are living in ignorant bliss, like little boys with their toys. Well, these men also need your prayers and support. Without a nudge here and there and a challenge to better ourselves, we might otherwise hang on to childish ways and self-centered living, even within the sacrament of matrimony. Men respond to a challenge, so challenge us. Show us that you love us regardless, but give us a challenge to step up our game. Bring us to a couples conference, challenge us to a scripture reading showdown (I can show you how to do this one), see who can out love the other. Get us moving in the right direction. And pray pray pray pray for our ongoing conversion.
Whether we are called to the sacrament of matrimony, holy orders, religious life, or the call to live as a single person in the world, women and men are designed to compliment one another. We work best when we work together. So consider this a challenge from us. Love us fiercely, and refuse to let us slack off. Do not let us sit idly while others grow in their faith and love. Never cease to pray for us, and always ask the intercession of our Blessed Mother.
Hail, Holy Queen, Mother of Mercy, our life, our sweetness, and our hope….