In an effort to both better understand my fiancé and simply to learn more about Christianity, I am reading two books on Catholicism. I have to admit that I’ve been a bit ignorant when it comes to the majority of Catholic beliefs. Although I don’t fully understand everything (nor agree with everything), it has been fun searching passages and interpreting the Bible in different ways.
Also, as our wedding day rapidly approaches (June 14th), my fiancé and I have been diligently reading “Before You Say: I Do,” by H. Norman Wright. We each have a copy, so we’ve been exchanging ideas over the phone. We both feel it is important to discuss a lot of marital issues and challenges before they actually happen. Most people do lots of homework before making important decisions, so why not do the same when preparing for marriage?
Rome Sweet Home by Scott and Kimberly Hahn
Catholicism For Dummies by John Trigilio and Kenneth Brighenti
Before You Say “I Do” by H. Norman Wright
Bringing Down the House by Ben Mezrich
Importance of Mental Preparation
How Inflation Changes Savings Rules
De-Stress in Mere Minutes
The Myth of More
Darwin Awards Anyone?