Chris Stefanick, emcee for the upcoming Encounter Steubenville Young Adult Conference, urges singles to be bold in pursuing their vocation.
Stefanick, a 15-year veteran in youth ministry, makes…
Before we get into that, let us lay down some history. What we call dating and how we date currently in our society is a very new and novel way of going about forming relationships.
There are both good and bad elements that go into it.
We know that the church isn't the most popular source for relationship advice among young adults today.
But the church does have a lot to say about the matter—and believe it or not, it's not all about sin.
The goal should be safeguarding the gift, protecting it as much as possible until we can use the gift the way God designed it to be used. That’s because avoiding temptation is a lot easier than running from it.The following articles deal with the messy reality of love, sex, dating, and marriage. Sex, lies, and hook-up culture Don't believe all your friends tell you about sleeping around. Take advantage of what the church offers engaged couples, even if your path to the altar doesn't follow the ideal. You might want to listen to the church's time-tested teachings. Check out our marriage section for more articles on maintaining a happy, loving relationship.There's something for everybody here, whether you are... College kids tell Donna Freitas that they don't actually like hook-up culture. Heather Grennan Gary reports on what young couples make of marriage-for better or worse. They have helped some couples survive the rough patches. FORUM: As Catholics, we know that there’s a lot more to love than romance.They would teach him about rigatoni and lasagna; he would show them how to make hamburgers and ribs.Today, he is a skilled cook who still enjoys learning how to make new dishes, and loves the process of preparing a meal, as much as he does sharing it with a table full of friends.