Ten keys to successful dating and marriage relationships
There are some wonderful liturgies and some not-so-wonderful liturgies.
I doubt that anyone out there will pay you six figures to write sermons for them or lead a small-group Bible study. Also, they usually start paying for parochial education – another hit to the pocketbook.
It goes without saying that most ministers take a major pay cut when they become Catholic. #5 Vocational confusion It was difficult at first to admit that my Anglican priesthood was invalid. Why did God let me function sacramentally with people who were deeply hurting.
I wasn’t a priest long, but I heard confessions, anointed the dying, etc. I still don’t know how to “classify” those ministerial acts.
Breathing each other’s air, cuddling up, caressing faces, shoulders, derrieres, all of it. Where did it go and do I have to go the rest of my life without it? tweetit is so hard to go without any physical connection. I didn’t sign up for this and don’t know what to do.
This is not the relationship that I was “promised” when I bought the idea that we would be lifelong partners. I get where I am very angry with him and don’t want to even be near him. tweet I live in a sexless marriage where my husband thinks it’s ok to brush over this because he loves me and we’re otherwise happy. I don’t want to leave him because I love my kids, I have nowhere to go, I gave up my career for his etc.
It’s difficult for many – especially if they are coming from a more liturgical form of Protestantism. It’s painful to allow your divorce and re-marriage to be examined by the bishop’s tribunal.