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Don Sizemore, a counselor for Crossroads Christian Church, hosts a blog that is excellent reading for married couples of any duration.

Here is a snippet from a May blog posting:

My wife Carolyn and I try to get away to be with each other every three months or so. These “getaways” often coincide with a birthday or anniversary but not always. We usually arrive around noon and leave the next afternoon. We always hope to arrive sooner but necessities and demands prevent that. This does not sound like much time away and we would prefer longer but we always seem to leave feeling refreshed, renewed, and reconnected; not a bad outcome. The place we visit is…

Check it out here.

This is a family prayer

O most Sacred Heart of Jesus, we come to You as a family and consecrate ourselves to Your Sacred Heart. Protect us through Your Most Precious Blood, and keep us pure and holy.

O Dear Jesus, we are so far away from Your most pure and Sacred Heart.

As a family we need Your help. Heal all the quarrels that exist in our family due to our unforgivingness and lack of love for You. Heal our unbelieving and unconverted hearts and lead us to Your Sacred Heart with love. Unite us as a family and remove all stain of sinfulness from our souls. Help us to be a prayerful and loving family, so that through our example we may lead other souls to Your Most Sacred Heart.

We give You our hearts, dearest Jesus, and consecrate our family through the fourth generation. Through the prayers of our dearest Mother Mary, may we live this consecration every day of our lives. Amen.

Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, have pity on us.

—Origin is unknown

Suggestion is to read together as a family at the same time each week

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