I know this site is primarily geared toward Catholic moms so I imagine, most of you have already found your husband. In preparation for Valentines Day when many single women feel especially lonely, here are some words of advice to bring you strength in this time of waiting. This is a letter to year-old me.
The things I wish someone would have told me. First of all, be nice to your mother. You are not better than her. You owe her your life and she has made a career out of raising you. Finding your husband will be the most important journey you ever go on apart from finding and devoting yourself to Jesus. Not everyone gets married, but most do and so assuming you are one of them, it is crucial that you choose wisely.
This will be more important than what college you go to, what internships you take, what job you will choose next, what career you will strive for, what hobbies you will cultivate, what friends you enjoy along the way, what church groups you are part of… all of it. You must wage battle to find your husband.
Many Finding a good catholic husband these battles will just exist in your mind but you must be vigilant. I wish someone would have talked to me about marriage as much as they did about college. I only went to college for four years and I hope to be married for more than 50! Copyright Sterling Jaquith Image Credit: As an adult convert, she had to discover Catholicism on her own.
She is so in love with the truth and tradition of the Church that she dedicates her life to helping lukewarm Catholics discover the passion and joy of our great faith! This is beautiful and perfect. I would love to see one for our boys, as I have 5 before my girls! I have an 18 year old daughter getting ready to leave high school and
Finding a good catholic husband out into the life of a young college student. So grateful for this article to share with her. I too would love to see an article like this for our son.
Relationships should be required in high school. No, not all of us Catholic moms have husbands.