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Archive for January 2017

Perry and Liza’s love story

Real couples really do use NFP, and we asked them to tell us their NFP story. We will be sharing them here on the blog — the good parts and the struggles. Each of these couples is writing their own love story, and have chosen to do so by following God’s plan for marriage. Here…

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Love as the antidote to selfishness

Selfishness. We have all been selfish and we have all been in the presence of someone being selfish. As a 21-year-old woman, I often get painted with the wide brush associating millennials and selfishness (among other things). But our faith tells us that one way to combat this selfishness is love. Two days ago we celebrated…

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March for Life and Women’s March: a call for unity

Marching. We’ve been seeing a lot of it lately. Last week we saw hundreds of thousands of women (and men!) participate in the Women’s March to stand up for women’s rights as human rights, and today we will see similarly large crowds in honor of the March for Life — one of the largest and longest-standing statements in the…

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Consider a 180 for your marriage

Have you ever done a complete 180 and changed your thinking about something to the opposite of what you originally thought? In our highly-charged political climate, that is often called a flip-flop and it is seen as negative or weak. But what if your flip-flop turns you away from something bad and toward something good?…

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A humble servant with a joyful heart

A great friend of CCL was laid to rest today. Paul A. Busam, M.D. passed away at the age of 90 on December 30. He was a long-time friend of CCL co-founders John and Sheila Kippley, and served as the Chairman of the CCL Board of Directors for 25 years, from 1974-1999. He actively served…

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