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“The pace of this accompaniment,” the synod bishops remind us, “must be steady and reassuring, reflecting a closeness and compassion which, at the same time, heals, liberates and encourages growth in the Christian life.” Encountering and being friendly with a couple living in grave sin is not sufficient.
Stayovers served as a stopgap measure between casual dating and making more formal commitments.
Couples today cohabit for numerous reasons: more time together, financial concerns, and fear of the commitment of marriage or fear of divorce.
Others slip into it out of convenience, some want to test their compatibility, while still others are actively rebelling against their parents or ethical upbringing.
The proliferation of research and literature about the sexual and marital habits of “Millennials” is staggering.
Research indicates a casual or cavalier approach to sexual intimacy and of marriage.
We must seize opportunities to encounter and then move couples whose relationships do not embrace the fullness of the teaching on marriage, toward a full embrace of the beautiful, true, and freeing message of God’s plan for their relationship.