Marriage isn’t just about two people finding happiness in each other.
In this episode of Inside CatholicPhilly.com, Father Frank Berna of La Salle University shares with producer Gina Christian how the “everyday holiness” of this sacred union blesses not only the couple and their families, but the entire human community.
(Related: Listen to the first part of CatholicPhilly.com’s conversation with Father Frank Berna on marriage.)
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